These 300mm Shozaburo’s largest sized tailor shears are perfect for cutting a wide range of fabrics from silk to wool. We have three different sizes available.
These are the Shozaburo’s longest version.
What makes these Japanese shears so special is their long history of craftsmanship. Unlike modern scissors these shears rely on a traditional Japanese blade forging method (similar to Samurai swords). Because of a unique combination of high quality blade steel and very soft steel they can keep their sharpness and are long-lasting. However, this also means they are delicate and you need to look after them very carefully.
These shears are only suitable for professional use:
Do not cut anything other than what it is meant for.
Do not drop your shears. This might ruin the alignment of the blades as they are only joined together at one point.
Once you start using them, do not lend to other people because the shears will adapt to your hand.
They also require maintenance so you can use them for a lifetime. You will need to get them sharpened when they become less smooth for which we recommend going to a professional sharpener. There is one sharpener in London which we highly recommend called Kataba.
Shozaburo are one of the oldest and most revered scissors makers in Japan and are very popular in the fashion and textile industries internationally. The blades are awase (laminated) and made from high carbon Japanese steel which is iron clad giving them an extremely fine cutting edge and long-lasting sharpness. These top-quality scissors are only suitable for textiles.
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