Medium-sized Ironing Scissors / 16 cm

Art.Nr.: 16 Buesche Med
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Ironing scissors of the Middle Ages
Ironing scissors of the Middle Ages
Medieval ironing scissors
Medieval ironing scissors
Ironing scissors replica
Ironing scissors replica
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Forged ironing scissors in 16 cm length

Here you can buy a pair of solid ironing scissors, forged according to historical finds from the Viking Age.

Forged ironing scissors were already common in the pre-Roman Iron Age and were used almost unchanged through the Viking Age and the Middle Ages until modern times.

Link to original ironing scissors...

These ironing scissors are not only ideal for the representation of the Viking Age, but can also be used for Roman and Medieval re-enactments.

The dimensions of the ironing scissors are 16 x 3 cm.

The ironing scissors are used to cut threads or paper, but are not suitable for cutting fabric.

In addition to these ironing scissors, you can also buy a variety of other ironing scissors and medieval scissors in our online shop in the medieval scissors category.
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Forged ironing scissors in 16 cm length

Here you can buy a pair of solid ironing scissors, forged according to historical finds from the Viking Age.

Forged ironing scissors were already common in the pre-Roman Iron Age and were used almost unchanged through the Viking Age and the Middle Ages until modern times.

Link to original ironing scissors...

These ironing scissors are not only ideal for the representation of the Viking Age, but can also be used for Roman and Medieval re-enactments.

The dimensions of the ironing scissors are 16 x 3 cm.

The ironing scissors are used to cut threads or paper, but are not suitable for cutting fabric.

In addition to these ironing scissors, you can also buy a variety of other ironing scissors and medieval scissors in our online shop in the medieval scissors category.
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