///Walrus Jaw Bone Handled Ulu

Walrus Jaw Bone Handled Ulu


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Made in Alaska.
From B. Merry Studios of Anchorage, this beautiful ulu knife doubles as a valuable kitchen tool & a work of art! The handle is made using the fossilized walrus jaw bone and the blade is 440 stainless steel.

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The ulu knife is quite a versatile utensil for kitchen, shop or outdoor use. Alaska Natives have utilized the ulu since at least 1900 B.C. Originally the blades were made of jade, slate or bone.

Made by Bob Merry of Anchorage, Alaska, using the fossilized lower jaw bone of a walrus. They are found on the beach and collected by Alaska natives after hundreds of years of natural weathering. This ulu is truly unique & even comes with a stand made of the same material. That way it can be proudly displayed! The steel is 6 inches, 440 stainless, and as with any cutlery it should be washed with warm soapy water and promptly dried.

**No two handcrafted ulus are exactly the same.

Made in Alaska.

Additional information

Weight .9 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 2 × 5 in

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