joao blog2

Fäbod Knife

My name is Joao Grilo and I am the author of the blog Oldmora, dedicated to the history of the Morakniv knives. This is my first appearance on the official Morakniv blog. Here is to the great knife maker Erik Frost and his ideas.

Artur Andersson 1960 ca

Artur R. Andersson, a relatively unknown player in knife manufacturing in Mora

Bud-Carl Andersson was born in year 1857 in Öna, Mora and was the son of "The Öna doctor" Bud-Anders Persson. In 1889 or 1890, Bud-Carl founded his factory for timber sleds, also at the same time a knife smithy for knife production, later known as Carl Andersson's Knife factory or the Bud-Carl workshop as it was locally called.

KJs kontor 1970 tal

The story of KJ Eriksson and FM Mattsson

The tap/water faucet manufacturer FM Mattsson has since 1865 been casting brass products. Everything from horse bells to gears and hands to the famous clocks from Mora. But it was not until the taps became the main source of income that they positioned on top of the game in Sweden.


The Grinders House

In this house, which in the village of Östnor was called "grinders house," lived at the time several grinders who were attracted here from the Swedish knife mecca Eskilstuna.

Scout 7

Explore Your Adventure with new Morakniv Scout 39

Humans have always been in the outdoors. There are nature experiences everywhere, you just have to know what to look for. Morakniv Scout takes the little adventurer on a journey of discovery that gives memories for a lifetime. Say hello to Morakniv Scout 39 (S) & Morakniv Scout 39 Safe (S), one with a pointy tip and the other without, for safety's sake.

Load more...