19 July 2021
When you’re cooking in the kitchen, chop vegetables and then scrape down what is cut in the salad bowl, always make it a habit to turn the knife over and scrape with the back of the knife. If you scrape with the knife edge, the outermost foil-thin part of the knife edge is bent sideways and is clearly visible under a microscope. This is exactly the part that a sharpening steel has the task of straightening.
My grandfather KJ Eriksson
5 July 2021
My grandfather Krång-Johan Eriksson was born in October 1889 in the village of Östnor, just north of Mora, in the village that would later become well known for, among other things, its knives. The metal industry had already gained a foothold in the village and he grew up in a craft and industrial environment with good opportunities to earn a living. Johan showed his business talent early on when he was 12-year-old and went to his big sister who had a café next to the church where he could buy buns and bread and then cycle around in the villages and sell them. It is said that he already by then earned as much as an adult man with permanent work.
Anders Zorn & Morakniv
23 June 2021
The artist Anders Zorn is probably quite familiar to most Swedes but also known abroad as he became world-famous for his portrait paintings and made a fortune painting, among other things, several American presidents. That Anders Zorn also designed a knife may not be as well known.
Morakniv Concept Store 5-year Anniversary
19 May 2021
The year 2021 marks the 130-year Anniversary of Morakniv. Now it's time to celebrate our very own store, Morakniv Concept Store, which turns 5 this year. Summer is approaching and after a short break during the pandemic, you are now welcome to visit us again!
New Chief Commercial Officer at Morakniv
28 April 2021
Ms. Ulrika Kagevik has been appointed Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) for Morakniv, headquartered in Mora, Sweden. Ms. Kagevik is currently serving as Marketing and E-commerce Manager for the Finnish corporation Kesko Group.
Classic 1891 is temporarily paused
27 April 2021
Since the kitchen series Classic 1891 was launched in 2014, it has become a favourite amongst many knife users. The high-quality blade of Swedish stainless steel with the classic barrel-shaped handle in red-stained birch has not only been used in exclusive restaurant kitchens around the world but also at the barbecue party with friends and at the Christmas table. Over the years, the characteristic ferrule with the Dala coat of arms has strengthened the knives identity as well as the Morakniv brand.
Survival Kit for Garberg & Kansbol
22 April 2021
Introducing the new Survival Kit – a perfect accessory for the bushcraft enthusiast, optimized and ready for unexpected challenges. Survival Kit is easily attached to the polymer sheath to Morakniv Garberg or Morakniv Kansbol and will act as the saviour in times of need.
Basic 511 (C) & 546 (S) Limited Edition 2021
3 February 2021
In recent years, our most classic craft knives have had their very own serial. This of course applies to what colours the limited edition gets. Now it’s time to add some new colours to our anniversary year. Introducing the new Basic 511 (C) & 546 (S) Limited Edition 2021 in green & grey.
The launch of the Mora 2000 (S) Anniversary Edition
26 January 2021
Yesterday we launched 130 numbered Mora 2000 (S) Anniversary Edition in Morakniv Concept Store in Mora and at 130.morakniv.com. We are overwhelmed by the huge interest that unfortunately resulted in a rush on our website. We regret that our technical preparations were not sufficient when thousands of visitors from all over the world tried to order our knives at the same time.
Winner of the Swedish Design Awards 2020!
22 January 2021
Morakniv wins first prize for the commercial “Morakniv Classic. Make History.” made by Kojan Film in collaboration with Ember Light and Consid Communication. Advertising agencies from all over Sweden took part in the competition, which took place at a virtual gala from Gothia Towers in Gothenburg.