FISKARS SHARES NOT TRANSFERRED INTO THE BOOK-ENTRY SYSTEM

FISKARS SHARES NOT TRANSFERRED INTO THE BOOK-ENTRY SYSTEM

Notification and request under Chapter 3 a Section 3 a and Chapter 4 Section 14
of the Companies Act

Fiskars Corporation has at its General Meeting held on 3 December 2004 decided to
sell the company's A and K shares on the common book-entry account on behalf of
the owners and to authorise the company's Board of Directors to take the
necessary steps in this respect. On the common book-entry account opened by the
company has been registered the shares the owners of which have not registered
their ownership to the shares in the book-entry system, and also the shares not
claimed in the bonus issues of 1995 and 1999. On 3 December 2004, in total 33,102
A shares and 8,766 K shares were not transferred to the book-entry system.

Those shareholders of Fiskars and other holders of rights who have not yet
transferred their ownership to the book-entry system are, in order to register
their ownership, requested to deliver without delay their share certificates and
possible other documents of ownership to a book-entry account operator for the
registration of ownership.

Shareholders or other holders of rights shall request that the shares are
registered in the book-entry system in accordance with law by no later than 31
January 2006 under threat that they otherwise will forfeit their rights to these
shares.

Shares that after 31 January 2006 have not been transferred to the book-entry
system will be sold in the public trade on behalf of the shareholders. The funds
collected from the sale, and from which will be deducted the costs of the giving
of notification and the sale, will on behalf of the owners be deposited with the
Provincial Government of Southern Finland for a period of ten years. After the
sale of the shares the shareholders have the right to receive only the part of
the deposited funds in exchange for the share certificates and possible other
documentation of ownership.

Fiskars Corporation also requests those shareholders that have had the right to
receive shares in the 1995 and 1999 bonus issues, but who have not used this
right, to accept their shares by no later than 31 January 2006 under threat that
the ownership to the shares will otherwise be forfeited.

If the shares of the bonus issues are not claimed within the stipulated time, the
shares will be sold in the public trade on behalf of the persons entitled to the
shares. Anyone who has ownership to the shares will after this have only the
right to funds collected in the sale, from which will be deducted the costs of
the giving of notification and the sale. The funds, which have not been claimed
within four years from the sale, will be paid to the company.

Leena Kahila-Bergh Johan Landsdorff
Vice President, Vice President,
Corporate Communications Legal Counsel