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V&A Daisy Secateurs

 
Product Description
'Daisy', a naively drawn design of meadow flowers by William Morris (1834-1896) was the first wallpaper produced by Morris & Co in 1864. 

The 'Daisy' pattern is taken from a volume of wallpapers, which form part of the most comprehensive collection of Arts and Crafts in the world, housed at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

These beautiful bypass secateurs feature an easy-locking safety catch, along with Teflon coated and heat treated blades for lasting sharpness and a clean cut.

Bypass secateurs are generally more suited to delicate stems or plants. A great unique gift for any gardener. 
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