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Ulu Knife (Large) for Sale

Price: $200    (Shipping Included)

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An ulu is an all-purpose knife, traditionally used by Eskimo women, for skinning and cleaning animals, cutting food, scraping leather, etc. They actually make great kitchen knives as well. Originally handled in horn, ivory or caribou antler, with a stone blade, they were later made with metal blades as metal became available through trade.

This ulu is hand-forged from spring steel and patinaed to look old. The twisted steel tang is hand-riveted to the blade, which is left rough except for the polished and sharpened edge. The handle is caribou antler, and the blade sits upright in a bone rest.

The blade edge is about 5” long, and the knife is 5.5” tall.

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    Architecture and award-winning museum-quality custom handmade knives, edged weapons, powder horns, tomahawks, war clubs, jewelry, metal sculpture, cribbage boards, flint and obsidian knives, Japanese swords, menorahs, and more from Tucson, Arizona artist and architect Larry Gotkin.

    About Larry Gotkin
    Artist & Registered AZ Architect, Retired
    Tucson, Arizona
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