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Original Orange-Handled Scissors
Introduced to the world in 1967, these iconic scissors offered seamstresses a radical improved cutting experience, earning it instant, off-limits status as “mom’s good sewing scissors.” The same still holds true today.
Orange-handled scissors are a registered trademark of Fiskars Finland Oy Ab.
I have an old pair that I have had forever, however, they are now general use. I don’t recall how long I have had them. But, I don’t think mine are Fiskars brand, as no marking on it as who made it.
But this was a cool thing to learn. So here are some more facts about these Orange-handled Scissors.
Original Orange-handled Scissors Facts
- Introduced 1967
- Full limited warranty
- Good sewing scissors
- Made with stainless-steel blades
- Precision-ground edge
- Stays sharp longer
- Cuts all the way to the tip
- Essential for anyone who cuts fabric
- Lightweight design
- Ergonomically sculpted handle
- Provides unmatched cutting control
- Bent handle design
- Keeps materials flat for precise cuts every time
- Since its inception, the Finnish company has sold more than a billion pairs
- Orange won over black 9-7 in a company vote.
- Became a permanent fixture in New York’s Museum of Modern Art in 2004
- The color orange even has its own trademark
- Before each pair leaves the factory, professional “scissors listeners” make sure they produce the right snip sound as the steel blades slice together
- Bäckström was working on creating plastic tabletops and other home goods at Fiskars. He had some bright-orange plastic leftover from making orange juicers, which became the de facto material for his prototype scissors
- In celebration of its 50th anniversary, 2017, the Helsinki Design Museum asked designers and artists to create works using and inspired by the scissors
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