After our steel blades are beveled on a mill, we heat treat them to their final desired hardness. Then the handles are attached. Hand grinding the double-beveled cutting edge is the final step in crafting our shears. This handiwork takes time and requires real skill, but it produces a superbly sharp edge—and that’s worth it. The hand grinding makes the blade retain sharpness, and it’s less affected by prolonged exposure to heat.
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