This ulu is a traditional knife used by Alaskan Eskimos for the last 4,000 years! Originally the blades were made of jade, slate or bone. This fine stainless steel blade should be treated as any other fine cutlery and washed by hand with warm soapy water and dried promptly.
This handle is made of walrus jawbone collected by the Eskimos on the Arctic beaches after hundreds of years of natural weathering.
The world record time for processing a whole salon using an ulu is 27 seconds.