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It’s here – Gränsfors Bruks Coffee table book is now availble in English!

3 August, 2022

In November, it was released in Swedish. We heard you when you requested it in more languages. And soon the wait is over. In a few days, you will be able to order the new book about Gränsfors Bruk in…

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From steel to axe

11 July, 2022

Follow us behind the doors to Gränsfors Bruks forge and see how our axes are produced. From steel to finished ax. We have collected movies with tips and information about our axes and how to take care of them under…

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The Axe Dance – Listen to the tones of Gränsfors Bruk

8 June, 2022

In 2021, the composer Thomas von Wachenfeldt composed the Yxdansen specially, on behalf of Gränsfors Bruk. It is used, among other things, in our new corporate film. The task Thomas was given was to capture in music the feeling of…

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Courses in Gränsfors 2022

28 February, 2022

For many years, Gränsfors Mill has offered courses in traditional forging and timbering. We will do the same this year – even though the museum, shop and smithy are closed to visitors. The course program for 2022 is now published…

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Gränsfors Vårdkit – Take care of your axe for future generations

17 November, 2021

Our axes are a craft created to last for several generations. If you take care of your axe properly, we promise that it will be a life partner not only for you – but also for your children and grandchildren….

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The Axe Book – an old friend in a new costume

16 November, 2021

Starting the 20th of September, all of our axes will be shipped with a new and updated Axe Book. In addition to containing some new and updated texts and pictures, the Axe Book with also be thicker as it contains…

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Historical Axes

14 April, 2020

Since time immemorial has the axe served as tool, weapon, status symbol and sacred object. Gränsfors Bruk’s historical axes are replicas of axes that were common many hundreds of years ago. In contrast to Gränsfors Bruk’s other axe models, the…

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Gränsfors Axe Museum

9 April, 2020

Next door to the forge lies Gränsfors Axe Museum, packed with over 2,000 axes from floor to ceiling. And anyone who thinks an axe is an axe is in for a surprise – there are special axes for most purposes….

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Renovation of the axe museum

11 April, 2019

In the spring of 2019, we began renovating our axe museum. The museum is always open, but there will be some disorder for a few months to come. A reopening will take place during autumn / winter 2019. Warm welcome!

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Product change – Removal of the steel wedge

14 March, 2019

In 2016, we investigated if it would be possibly to remove the steel wedge used when assembling the shaft with the axe head. The reason for this was that we first and foremost cared for the person who manufactured the…

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Courses in Gränsfors 2019

25 January, 2019

Now the course program for 2019 is published!! Under “Courses” you will find the year’s range of courses, prices and dates etc. If you wish to register for one of the courses, you do so by purchasing a course. Welcome…

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