ULU knife (pronounced ooloo) is the most renowned knife
in Alaska. Native people of northern Alaska invented
this knife centuries ago. It is used for hunting, fishing,
skinning, filleting and every other imaginable domestic
cutting need by the Inuit (Eskimo) people.
traditional ULU was an Alaskan Native cutting tool
with a handle made of wood or bone and stone slate
blade, with a sharp edge for cutting or carving.
The Native Alaskans made them in all sizes, from a small blade
for cutting skins to a cleaver for carving meat. But,
today's version is manufactured from stainless steel
and provided with a hardwood handle for ease of use.
Click here for Hand Made Ulus!
Block & Bowl Cutting Combination
These finely crafted cutting partners have been created
from Alaska Birch and American Walnut. The curvature
of the U.S. stainless steel blade matches the bowl perfectly.
Comes ready to gift wrap or put to work.
Ulu Bowl $19.99
also have a variety of hand made Ulus out of
Caribou Antler, Fossilized Walrus Ivory, Walrus Jawbone,
and Mammoth Bone starting at $59.99
6 1/2'' bowl with 5'' Alaska
Item# 5BBA $23.99 Each
7 1/4'' bowl with 6'' Alaska Cutlery ULU
Item# 6BBA $29.99 Each
8'' Bowl with Inupiat Alaska Cutlery ULU Item#7BBA $39.99
Each Shipping $18
Jade Handle Ulu
This beautiful mineral is mined above the Arctic Circle.
Natives from this region prospect and mine the huge
boulders. Barges carry the jade down the rivers to artists
who carve it into statues, animal figurines and best
of all, these beautiful handles. Each handle is polished
and often contains small flecks of gold or chromium.
The color is brilliant.
'Jade' Plain Blade - No Etching
Alaskana Series Ulu
The practical 6'' walnut handle ULU also doubles as
a great memento of Alaska. In the Alaskana series, themes
from Alaska are permanently etched in the blade. The
same gift packing - walnut stands and history/instruction
booklet are included with each ULU.
Polar Bear Etching
Item#: 6WB $15.99
Item#: 6WC $15.99
Item#: 6WE $15.99
Item#: 6WH $15.99
Flag & State Etching
Item#: 6WM $15.99
Item#: 6WMH $15.99
MT. McKinley Etching
Item#: 6WMT $15.99
Item#: 6WS $15.99
Totem Pole Etching
Item#: 6WT $15.99
Plain Blade 'No Etching'
Item#: 6WU $15.99
Style Alaska Birch Handle Ulu
These larger handle Ulus with the open blade are
very popular with the avid Ulu user. The golden
Alaska Birch is laser etched with Alaskan scenes
to look great in any kitchen. Each knife comes
with a convenient Birch storage stand and a history/instruction
Cutlery Item#s: 7BA, 7BE, 7BB, 7BM, 7BP, 7BS (SEE
STYLES BELOW) $17.99 Each
Inupiat Style Cultured
We made a master pattern from an actual moose antler
and reproduced these natural looking handles using silicone
molds and polyester resin. Hand-staining and finishing
bring put the very natural looking tones. It's hard to
tell it from the real thing.
Cultured Moose Antler ''No Etching''
Item# 7CA $17.99 Each
Originally designed for use on ice augers, we have found
this handy tool to be great for sharpening Ulus. Of
course, a hard stone or round steel works well, but
with this little gadget, it's easy to keep a sharp edge.
Always use care when sharpening an Ulu or any other
knife. Carefully follow the instructions included.
These! Discover the Fun in the word Functional with
Alaskan Grabbers. These salad/pasta grabbers are made
of Birch and are sure to be a hit on your dinner/banquet
table. The Grabbers logo appears on each Alaskan Grabber.
Great gift to give with the ulu of your choice.
Item# AG $18.99 Each Shipping
Ulu has a rounded blade topped with a handle and is
usually grasped between the middle and ring finger of