Ulu Knife

Chop salads, pizza, and everything in between.

This is one of those kitchen add-ons that you'll wonder how you ever lived without. The uniquely shaped blade lets you roll smoothly over a cutting board and can tackle most anything – meat, veggies, cheese, pizza. Or you can use it to chop a salad by tossing your ingredients in a big bowl and chopping away. And the best part? It's guaranteed for life by Lamson.

The US-made construction of its extra-durable walnut handle will see you through a lifetime's worth of kitchen projects. And the hardened, tempered, high-carbon stainless steel sharpened to a fine beveled edge makes short work of any ingredient.

  • (L)4.25" x (W)6.25" x (D)0.75"
  • Hardened and tempered high-carbon stainless steel
  • Extra-hard walnut handles with brass rivets
  • Handwash only
  • Made in Shelburne Falls, MA

B. Merry Studio
If you’ve ever seen an Ulu knife, you know that its key feature is the curved blade with its signature rocking motion. This cutting board helps you make the most use of that, with an equally curved surface that fits the full length of the blade, on which you can cut herbs, mince garlic, or anything else your heart desires. On the reverse side, it offers a flat cutting board for work that might require a little more room to breathe. And to top it all off, the board is made from natural hardwoods in Alaska, the birthplace of the Ulu knife. Now that’s a lineage you can trust.

  • (L)8” x (W)8” x (H)1”
  • Natural wood
  • Handmade in Alaska

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