The people who love knives love them because of their unique design. They combine the strategic use of the knife with the environmental impact of not producing harmful waste. The Copper River Knife is the answer to your search for a low-impact and sustainable knife that can be used by the person carrying it.
Alexandra Paliwoda’s hand-forged tool was impressed by the ulu, Associate in Nursing general knife employed by the Indian individuals for a formidable array of tasks—from chopping food to shaping blocks of ice to make igloos. A curved, easy-grip handle and beveled blade permit the knife to create fast work of recent herbs, cheese, and crisp pizza pie, and a hand-forged, notched-steel stand offers convenient storage and show. Alexandra’s romantic style is impressed by the Copper watercourse because it flows through the intractable wild from its base at the Copper ice mass in Alaska’s Wrangell St. Elias parkland. the rear of every piece is hand-stamped with the artist’s signature, Associate in Nursing anvil with mountains and trees. Handstitched in Idaho.
Due to the recycled and handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.