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Garden Shears

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Garden Shears

Made In Italy

Established 1896

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Due Cigni offers durable garden shears and pruning shears that are best for cutting branches and stems up to about 2cm in diameter.

Serious gardeners out there would agree that there are many tools that can help keep your garden in tip top shape. However, when it comes to garden maintenance you will greatly value a high quality pair of garden shears.


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Our garden shears are designed to help you get more creative with your plants.

ue Cigni garden shears highlight the perfect size, a comfortable grip handle, easy-to-control, balanced, sharp blade, and more. Gardening with your shears can be much like a warm bath after a long hard day. Gardening is an effective way to release stress and improve your health. For 120 years and counting, Due Cigni continues to create high quality products in Italy using premium materials for long-lasting durability. We offer a wide variety of affordable garden tools that are designed with you in mind. Try Due Cigni garden and pruning shears and garden your stress away!


Why Shop Due Cigni Garden Shears?


Due Cigni offers a 30-day money back guarantee.

This means if you try any of our gardening shears or tools and are not completely satisfied for any reason, send them back within 30 days and we will refund you.
Due Cigni is committed to customer satisfaction.

As a family owned company, Due Cigni garden shears are created by individuals just like you who know and understand what you really need.

Due Cigni garden shears and pruning shears are a top choice for consumers all around the world.

Our garden shears are designed using premium materials and simple care instructions. With proper care, most of our shears can last a lifetime.

Italian Stainless Steel Garden Shears FAQs

Pruning shears (also known as hedge pruning shears, hand shears, garden shears, secateurs, and loppers) are a helpful gardening tool used to prune or cut back plants and shrubs, as well as to trim smaller branches from trees. Shears can be used to cut flowers and fruits from plants as well.

The two most common pruning shears are bypass shears and anvil shears, which have short handles and a set of blades resembling giant scissors. Bypass shears are made up of two blades that cut in the same way that scissors do. Anvil shears have one blade that shuts onto an opposing flat surface, similar to a knife on a cutting board. A spring between the handles of some pruning shears drives the blades back open after each cut.

The method for cleaning and sharpening a pair of hand pruners varies slightly based on the tool’s design. Some pruners are designed to be dismantled so that the separate parts can be cleaned and sharpened, while others are one-piece instruments that must be sharpened as is. It’s a little awkward, but it’s not impossible.

First, you will need to gather your equipment. Set up a workspace that will not get damaged and grab a small scrub brush, metal file or whetstone, screwdriver, small wrench, steel wool, medium grit sandpaper, cleaning cloths, cleaning solvent, and lubricating spray. Second, disassemble the parts of the shears by removing the screws, both sides of the blade, and the spring. 

Next, inspect the pieces for damage, rust, and wear. Now scrub off the dirt using soap and water along with a stiff brush or even a toothbrush. Rinse when done and dry with a clean, dry cloth. Use the steel wool or sandpaper to remove resistant residue focusing on the blade. You may need to use the cleaning solvent or oil to remove caked-on dirt. Reassemble and lubricate to finish.

If possible, sharpen your shears immediately after the cleaning process for ease. To begin, locate the cutting blade’s beveled or angled edge. Anvil pruners have a single blade that falls on a flat plate and is beveled on both sides, similar to a knife; they’ll need to be sharpened on both sides. Bypass shears only have one beveled blade. 

To sharpen, set your file or whetstone on the beveled side of the blade, practically parallel to it. File along the curved edge of the blade in one direction with pressure on the outside edge of the blade. Lift and repeat as needed.

Stainless steel blades are popular due to their corrosion and rust resistance. However, they are prone to dullness and can become misshapen when used on branches too large; stick to using them for gardening and small branches. Other materials tend to rust faster and require more sharpening.

Due Cigni offers a variety of gardening shears in different styles using high-quality material from Italy. Not only will the premium stainless steel last longer than other materials, but the handles include an ergonomic grip for safety. Find options in multiple price ranges to suit your needs and budget.