Morakniv 120 Woodcarving Knife – Laminated Steel, Loose

(2 customer reviews)


The 120 Woodcarving knife features a thin, tapered blade of laminated steel, oiled birchwood handle

Blade thickness: 2.7 mm
Blade length: 60 mm
Total length: 165 mm



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Mora Wood Carving 120 - Knife Overview


Mora craft knives are well known and greatly appreciated for their sharpness and precision. Not least, the craftsmen in the village of Nusnäs who use them to carve one of Sweden’s most famous national symbols, the Dala horse.

Slöjdkniv 120 has a narrow and pointed blade made of carbon steel, which gives it superior toughness and edge resiliency. The full tang, which runs the full length of the handle, gives it strength and stability. Together with the flexible blade you can work with precision and really get to all the details. The spindle shaped handle made of oiled birch wood is slightly larger for a proper grip. The wood also gives it a natural feeling and also gives you the possibility to form the handle for optimal shape.


Overall Length: 165 mm
Blade Length: 60 mm
Blade Thickness: 2.7 mm
Style: Hidden Tang
Steel: Carbon Steel
Hardness:  HRC
Handle: Birch Wood
Weight:  55 Grams
Made in: Sweden
Sheath:  Plastic

Notice: These blades come from the Morakniv factory showing surface corrosion. This will not effect the performance of the blade.



Additional information

Weight .1 kg

2 reviews for Morakniv 120 Woodcarving Knife – Laminated Steel, Loose

  1. Ethan Potgieter (verified owner)

    Amazing knife straight from the box. Came very sharp and has a comfortable handle. Stropping the steel is very easy and keeps a fine honed edge for clean cuts.
    Definitely a good choice for a high quality carver which isn’t too expensive

  2. Doug Mackay (verified owner)

    This is the first carving knife you should buy. Proven over many years for it’s quality, sharpness on delivery and steel which holds an edge. Good for rough and fine carving work. I only carve Aussie hardwoods. A go-to knife for beginners and experienced wood carvers.

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