Because of restrictions from the Swedish authorities, the iron nights are cancelled in 2021.
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In the foundry, we melt bronze and cast iron in the old stoves. We build sand molds and molds the same way they did more than 100 years ago at Ebbamåla Bruk on the Iron Night.
In the smithy, you can hear the smith’s hammer work on the anvils as Jonas from Isasmedjan shows how some of the world’s best and most beautiful kitchen knives are made.
The machine room is open so everyone can see the old machines and who knows. Maybe a machinist will occasionally come and cut the some of the oldest milling machines in Europe. Sweden’s oldest functioning metal lathe continues to run at Ebbamåla Bruk