These multi purpose shears can crack open nuts, open bottle caps and the hilt tabs can be used to open paint cans.
- Handmade in Japan
- Materials: Steel
- Dimensions: 8" L
- Care Instructions: Wipe clean with a soft cloth. If liquid is needed, use water only and dry thoroughly to prevent rust.
ABOUT BANSHU HAMONO
Established in 1744. The blacksmith industry in the Banshu region in the Hyogo prefecture of Japan was said to have started long ago when a Katana factory was located there. What began as an industry producing straight razors in 1744 now manufactures a variety of products including utility knives, traditional Japanese straight razors, Japanese gripping shears used for cutting thread, pruning shears, and floral shears. Each piece is painstakingly made by hand by skilled craftsmen using the same techniques that have been employed for generations.
Founded: 1852. Established: 1947
The Oigen foundry is located in area that has been producing Nambu ironware for 900 years. By casting in a fine grain sand the ironware has a renowned smooth and unblemished surface. If cared for properly Oigen ironware can last over 100 years and is made from 75% recycled material.
Cast iron grill pan with detachable cast iron handle and cedar trivet. This distinctive grilling pan has an undulating pattern on the cooking surface. The pattern effectively traps heat, making it especially suited for grilling. It is designed for grilling, but may be used directly on the stove top. The grill comes with a wooden trivet so it can be taken straight to the table. Steaks can be cut directly on the scratch-resistant grill plate.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
- Material: Cast iron, cedar wood trivet.
- Dimensions: L: 11" x W: 8.25" x H: 0.75". Weight: 3.3 lbs
- Made in Japan
Hand wash with hot water, using sparingly if needed. Do not soak. Dry thoroughly, preferably on the stove top. Brush forming rust away with a brush and wash normally.