This pair of scissors is a replica of a model that dates from the end of the 19th century, and is a celebration of the construction of the Eiffel Tower at the Universal Exhibition of 1889. It was during this exhibition that Jacques-Simon Sajou received a silver medal. These scissors are hand-made in a small French shop and presented in a flowered box. Sajou scissors are quality pieces that can be identified by their pairing marks, which indicates that the two blades have been perfectly adjusted at each step throughout construction to form a pair. Size: 4" This pair has a blue and orange tassle.
(Posted by Unknown on 1st Jan 2014)
You get what you pay for, these will be handed down to my great grandchildren. Yes they are crazy expensive but I'd rather take care of one nice pair than buy several cheap pair over the course of the years.