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Wazakura 4PCS Black Mini Ikebana Kenzan, Made in Japan

Wazakura Japan
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Mini Round and Square Flower Holders for simple and original Floral Arrangements.

Size: Square 15/16"(24mm) Round 0.9"(23mm)
Package: Total 4PCS (Round x2, Square x2) in one box
Weight: 1 oz (30 g)
Color: Black
Material: Brass, Stainless Steel (base and needles)
Origin: Sanjo, Niigata prefecture (Japan)

【100% Made in Japan Mini Kenzan Set
Authentic designed and made in Japan pin frog kenzan for ikebana flower arrangements manufactured by artisans with more than 50 years of experience from the city of Sanjo, Niigata prefecture. Sanjo has been known since 17th century for the delicate metalwork skills of their artisans and blacksmiths.

【Ideal for Small Ikebana Floral Arranging and DIY】
These flower pin holders stabilizes and keeps in upright position flowers and branches while allowing water and nutrient absorption, extending the usage life of your flower arrangement. It also helps the water to remain clean for longer time. No need of floral foam. Great for professionals and beginners. Best used in bud vases or small flower containers holding single flowers.

【Durable and Sturdy Base & Needles, Black Coating
The base and needles of these small Japanese mini kenzan flower frogs are made of high grade stainless steel. Because of this, they are very sturdy, solid and long lasting products. The flower holder needles are sharp and fixed on the base. The black coating makes it ideal for dark color vases so they are less noticeable.

【How To Use Mini Kenzan】
Place a kenzan in a vase and secure flowers or branches by pushing the stems onto the pin frog needles. We recommend cutting the stem at a very sharp angle or in a point for easier placement in the flower holder. Also, we suggest to use very small flowers or a single flower per kenzan.

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