Our Stayput Flower Aids have been hand-made in Australia for about 100 years.  We proudly continue that tradition.

Introduced in Japan for use in the art of Ikebana flower arrangement, kenzans, literally sword mountain, is said to have been introduced by Unshin Ohara around 1890, in what became known as Moribana style, which followed a strong Western influence.

It is appropriate that our kenzans are also used in everyday flower arrangement as the term Moribana means full bloom flowers.

Also known as frogs and pin–holders around the world, these non-ferrous flower supports are popular in domestic situations because of their ease of use and durability.  They simply can’t rust and won’t wear out!


Please note that all weights and dimensions are approximate as each item is handmade and will vary accordingly.

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