Barebones Artisan Pruning Shears

Posted: August 19, 2020
Barebones Artisan Pruning Shears
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Hmmm, these Barebones Pruning Shears look a little less artisan and a little more tormenter to me. Maybe the black stainless steel blades and their oversized, ambidextrous handles are made for artisanal torturing. The blades are only 2" long though, so the shears would probably only be able to snip off a fingertip or earlobe. Maybe the fleshy end of a nose.

Orrr the deadheads of your poppy mallows and the vibrant purple-headed stems of your drumstick allium. Despite their appearance, the Barebones Artisan Pruning Shears are here to make horticultural love, not captured enemy war.

With fall cleanup and planting fast approaching, this set of simple, yet standout, garden scissors is here to make pruning a snap snip. The rounded handles provide increased leverage for both righties and lefties, and the shears' antique finish is both water- and rust-resistant.

If your landscaping requires something a little heftier to clear away brush and branches, check out these Japanese steel pruning shears. Still not burly enough? Then make way for the JawSaw.

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