I brought back this "Bröderna Jönsson" Vintage Mora from Sweden this year, other with a bunch more.
This was made sometimes between 1940 to 1980.
Peened tang, distal taper, wonderful laminated carbon steel and a swedge.
It had some damages on the spine, was bent and had some hammer marks around the ferrule.
I restored the blade, kept the patina (not rust), put a perfect 25 degree hollow grind on it with the Tormek T4 diamond wheels and oiled the stunningly colored original handle.
Why not keeping the sheath and just improving it?
Was wondering about that for a while.
Not the original but also vintage, I made a Wer molded friction fit sheath from half tanned leather, colored in Oxblood oil paint.
The belt keeper is inspired by vintage Scandinavian pieces I've seen up there.
Elegant, simple and can be used with a button, used on many workpants.
The handle/blade size makes this a mighty fine all-around belt knife for craft, in the shop, on the trail or even in the kitchen.
Maybe a perfect knife for someone with smaller hands, woman, child, Gimli...
For questions , please contact me!

Vintage Bröderna Jönsson Mora Slöjd Knife Mod