Alaska Ulu by The Ulu Factory


Made in Alaska

From The Ulu Factory, these multi-use cutting tools are laser etched with Alaskan scenes to look great in any kitchen. Each knife comes with a convenient Alaska birch storage stand and a history/instruction booklet.

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The Alaskan ULU (OO-loo) is an extremely versatile cutting tool crafted by the Native Alaskan people over five thousand years ago. The knife was primarily used by Eskimo women for skinning and cleaning fish and has played an important role in the survival of the Arctic people. Blades were originally made of polished slate and given a bone, ivory or wood handle. The handles were often inscribed with distinctive designs or markings exclusive to the maker of the knife. The Ulu Factory of Anchorage, Alaska provides an affordable ulu available in many different designs! Care maintenance is easy, just wash with warm soapy water and thoroughly dry before storing. Mineral oil may be used for the wood handle and stand every 4-6 weeks or when it seems dull or dry.

This ulu blade measures 6″ tip to tip, made with cutlery grade 420 stainless steel. Includes Wood storage stand.
Made in Alaska.

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