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New Morakniv Basic 511 & 546 Limited Edition 2023: Inspired by the great artist Anders Zorn from Mora, Sweden

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This year’s limited edition colour draws inspiration from the shimmering yellow Zorngården located in the heart of Mora, as well as our beautiful Dala Red colour, which for decades has given character to the knives from Morakniv.

Zorngården was once the home of the artist Anders Zorn and his wife Emma Zorn in Mora. The building was designed by the artist himself and was completed in the early 20th century.

From Zorn’s artist home to the well-known red colour, the step is no further than a brush stroke on a palette.

The colour that is so strongly associated with Mora, Dalarna and, Sweden has had a special role in knife history since 1912. Namely, it was then that the knives manufactured in Mora got their handles painted with the characteristic red colour.

“The two faithful servants both have ergonomic handles with a robust finger guard that optimises the safety and makes them sit nice and steady in the hand. The blades are different, Basic 511 is made of high-quality carbon steel while Basic 546 is made of recycled Swedish stainless steel – both loved by professionals and hobby craftsmen.” says Martin Tomt, Product Manager at Morakniv.

Morakniv Basic 511 & 546 Limited Edition 2023 will only be manufactured in 2023.

For more information and access to our image bank, please send a request to marketing@morakniv.se.

This year’s limited edition colour draws inspiration from the shimmering yellow Zorngården located in the heart of Mora, as well as our beautiful Dala Red colour, which for decades has given character to the knives from Morakniv.

Zorngården was once the home of the artist Anders Zorn and his wife Emma Zorn in Mora. The building was designed by the artist himself and was completed in the early 20th century.

From Zorn’s artist home to the well-known red colour, the step is no further than a brush stroke on a palette.

The colour that is so strongly associated with Mora, Dalarna and, Sweden has had a special role in knife history since 1912. Namely, it was then that the knives manufactured in Mora got their handles painted with the characteristic red colour.

“The two faithful servants both have ergonomic handles with a robust finger guard that optimises the safety and makes them sit nice and steady in the hand. The blades are different, Basic 511 is made of high-quality carbon steel while Basic 546 is made of recycled Swedish stainless steel – both loved by professionals and hobby craftsmen.” says Martin Tomt, Product Manager at Morakniv.

Morakniv Basic 511 & 546 Limited Edition 2023 will only be manufactured in 2023.

For more information and access to our image bank, please send a request to marketing@morakniv.se.