This is a "seconds" sale product, which means that the item doesn't meet our aesthetic standard for regular retail sale. These scissors are a great option for you if scissors are your workhorses! The seconds sale products usually have a scuff(s) or scratch(es) and/or other aesthetic issues on the surface of the product. The quality of the tool is otherwise unaffected and works perfectly.
They are covered by our 10-year warranty. All seconds sale products are FINAL SALE.
With a dragon and phoenix moulded on the handles, our Imperial Scissors feature an extra wide handle and ultra-sharp blades!
The blades are crafted from heavy-duty stainless steel and are put together by hand.
The sizes you see above represent the full size of the scissor, including the handle.
The large shape of the handles make even the smallest Imperial Scissor comfortable in the hand. The blades are perfectly aligned, allowing them to cut through fabric effortlessly. Ambidextrous handles allow them to be used in both the left and right hand.
They can be used for cutting paper, thread, fabric, lightweight leather, or canvas. They're the perfect scissors for everyday use, or even as a display piece!
Unsure Which Fabric Scissor To Choose?
You can click here for two simple quizzes that we created to help you choose!
What Does The Size Mean?
The measurement you see - such as 8" - is the entire length of the scissor, including the handle.
How Long Will The Scissors Stay Sharp?
It really depends on how often you use the scissors, what items you’re cutting and how well you take care of your scissors. When tested in the rigors of professional sewing studios, our scissors outperformed brands in the same price tier.
What Is The Manufacturer's Warranty?
We offer a 10 year manufacturer's warranty on all of our products. For more info, click here.
Why Are My Scissors Greasy?
This is because we use a coating of oil to prevent any rust from developing during the shipping process. You can simply wipe it off before using the scissors. However, we do recommend that you apply a thin layer of oil - such as anti-rust, sewing machine oil, or any neutral oil - on the blades and button with a cloth when not in use.