Etched Colored Salmon/Trout Drop Antler Handled Damascus Ulu

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DM 005 109C

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This unique etched Salmon/Trout colored ink design on Shed Antler handle In a Damascus Ulu Blade.  

An ulu is an all-purpose knife traditionally used by InuitIñupiatYupik, and Aleut women. The knife can be used in a variety of diverse ways such as skinning and cleaning animals, cutting a child's hair, cutting food, and sometimes even trimming blocks of snow and ice used to build an igloo.

The artwork was originally hand etched by Bill Feeney. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Saint Francis College in Bidderford, Maine, In 1973 I accepted a teaching position at Westport High School where I met Robert Rayno, the art teacher. As part of the class curriculum, he taught a section on scrimshaw. I sat in on many of his classes and purchased the necessary tools and ivory to begin etching. Combining my natural artistic ability with the techniques learned from Mr. Rayno, the cornerstone of "Spouting Whale" was established.

The weight of the knife is 8.99 ounces and the dimensions of the DM 005 Knife closed are 5.44" x 3.77" x 0.88".   The SKU is DM 005 109C.  The knife comes with the pictured leather sheath.

  During the winter season, moose shed their antlers before regrowing them in the spring. The shedding process, also known as casting, is a normal event that occurs annually for many male cervids—a group of hoofed mammals like moose, deer and elk.

Damascus steel is a type of steel easily recognisable by its wavy patterned design. Aside from its sleek look and beautiful aesthetics, Damascus steel is highly valued as it is hard and flexible while maintaining a sharp edge. Weapons forged from Damascus steel were far superior to those formed from just iron.  It a combination of carbon steel and regular steel that is folded 71 times.  


  • Shed Antler Handle
  • Scrimshaw
    • Etched
    • Snimal Design
      • Salmon
      • Trout
  • Ulu
  • Damascus Blade
    • Carbon and regular Steel
      • Folded 71 times


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