Copper River Knife


Alexandra Paliwoda’s hand-forged tool was inspired by the ulu, an all-purpose knife used by the Inuit people. A curved, easy-grip handle and beveled blade allow the knife to make quick work of fresh herbs, cheese, and crispy pizza, and a hand-forged, notched-steel stand offers convenient storage and display.

“We LOVE this kitchen tool! It is so much more than a knife, so easy to clean, and so easy to use. But beyond that, it’s so pretty and attractive, purely a WORK OF ART! We love and proudly display on our counter, and loved it so much, we gave one to a friend couple for their Wedding.” – Tara

Why We Love It
Alexandra’s romantic design is inspired by the Copper River as it flows through the untamed wilderness from its base at the Copper Glacier in Alaska’s Wrangell St. Elias National Park. The back of each piece is hand-stamped with the artist’s signature, an anvil with mountains and trees.

Categories: , Tag: