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Scottish Daggers

The Scottish Dirk was a direct descendent of the Medieval ballock dagger. The grip form began to change, probably sometime in the late 16th century, but soon developed a form that was purely Scottish. For those with a serious interest in the Highlands, a Scottish dagger or Scottish dirk is a must for any collection. Scottish daggers have inscriptions on their ornate hilts and handles that are made of box wood. Scottish daggers are like a work of but beware they are still a true dagger used for stabbing.


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Ladys Hair Dagger

Ladys Hair Dagger

This unique dagger is fitted to an oval barrette to allow you to stylishly carry a knife at the back or side of your head! The barrette and scabbard are gold plated as are the exposed parts of the dagger.
801298
$65.00

Celtic Sgian Dubh

Celtic Sgian Dubh

Sometimes a classic historical item is brought into the modern era with a twist that not only gives the item a newer look, but creates an entirely new item; such is the example with the Celtic Sgain Dubh.
MC-HK-26136
$14.00

Scottish Sgian Dubh

Scottish Sgian Dubh

The traditional scottish dagger. This personal 6-1/2" long lightweight knife is small enough to be worn tucked away in a sock or boot for easy retrival and use. The Sgian Dubh is made of Ebony wood and brass handle. Comes complete with sheath.
ED2209
$20.90

Highland Dagger

Highland Dagger

Mimicking the design elements of its larger relatives, the Highland Dagger is a perfect small blade to accompany an ultimately larger and far more intimidating weapon.
MC-HK-3457
$12.00

Primitive Scottish Dirk

Primitive Scottish Dirk

This early type of dirk evolved from the Kidney Dagger and was the first step toward the ornate Scottish Dirk we know today. The grip is solid hardwood and the parts are steel. The blade is high carbon steel.
402352
$95.00

Early Scottish Dirk

Early Scottish Dirk

This style dirk is a direct descendant of the medieval ballock dagger. The grip form began to change, probably sometime in the late 16th century, but soon developed a form that was purely Scottish.
400508
$115.00

Wood Sgian Dubh

Wood Sgian Dubh

In the far-off days of antiquated Scotland, it was typically unsafe to go anywhere completely unarmed, and thus the Black Sgian Dubh had its place in society: a hidden weapon, to be kept at all times in-case of attack.
MC-HK-26083BN
$12.00

Bonny Scottish Dirk

Bonny Scottish Dirk

This 11-3/4" long dirk showcases crisp etchings of the traditional Scottish foliage and thistle motif on both sides of the blade. A 5" long, swagged false edge and a knurled pattern on the blade back mark this dirk with distinction.
400806
$110.00

Sgian Dubh

Sgian Dubh

A Scottish tradition, the original Sgian Dubhs were frequently worn under the shirt close to the armpit. Now it is traditional for the Sgian Dubh to be worn in the stocking of the Highlander, and the knife is frequently called a "stocking dirk".
400910
$40.00

Dirk

Dirk

This Dirk is patterned after an early model (circa 1700) and is similar in form to earlier ballock knives. The blade is 'backed' (single-edged and wedge-shaped in cross section).
SH2363
$115.00

Sgian Dubh

Sgian Dubh

This sgian dubh is a beautiful dagger that is very functional. High quality file worked carbon steel blade, black leather-wrapped scabbard, and a traditional basket weave pattern on the handle.
SNB11
$44.00

Damascus Sgian Dubh

Damascus Sgian Dubh

In the ancient days, a sgian dubh was typically carried for self-defense, although the practice continued into modern days as a decoration. Impressively ornate and yet potentially effective, the Damascus Sgian Dubh fills both needs surprisingly well.
MC-HK-2516
$10.00

Scottish Regimental Dirk

Scottish Regimental Dirk

Dirk is a Scottish word meaning short dagger, although sometimes a dirk was actually a sword-blade, cut down and fitted to a dagger's hilt; this could be the case with the Scottish Regimental Dirk.
MC-MC-2086
$36.00

Black Sgian Dubh

Black Sgian Dubh

In the far-off days of antiquated Scotland, it was typically unsafe to go anywhere completely unarmed, and thus the Black Sgian Dubh had its place in society: a hidden weapon, to be kept at all times in-case of attack.
MC-HK-26083BK
$12.00

Twisted Handle Scottish Dirk

Twisted Handle Scottish Dirk

The Generation 2 version, Twisted Handle Scottish Dirk, is made from a 1 piece solid handle hand carved to look like twisted wood, with brass accents. The blade is made from 5160 tempered carbon steel, full tang. The scabbard is wood wrapped in leather.
IP-130-2
$135.00

Scottish Dirk by Cold Steel

Scottish Dirk by Cold Steel

The Scottish Dirk is a modern replica that harkens back to an earlier form, when the dirk was a functioning tool and weapon. The 13' blade is forged to a hard spring temper from 1055 Carbon steel. It's 1.5 inches wide and comes fully sharpened and battle-ready
07-88SD
$160.00

Scotland Sgian Dubh Collection

Scotland Sgian Dubh Collection

Typically worn with traditional Scottish Highland attire, the Scotland Sgian Dubh Collection could easily be found tucked into a kilt-hose and no-one would give it a second look.
MC-KS-5845-44
$15.00

Curved Celtic Dagger

Curved Celtic Dagger

Sometimes, the best inspiration for fantasy is a little bit of reality. This Curved Celtic Dagger draws on a few sources, taking a curved shape and traditional Celtic knot design to create a handsome little dagger that is sure to appeal to many.
MC-FM-646
$22.00

Celtic Boot Blade

Celtic Boot Blade

It is usually the little blades you have to look out for. And in the case of this Celtic Boot Blade, that is doubly true, not because this dagger is dangerous, but because its stunning design is one that you will not want to miss seeing.
MC-FM-645
$19.00

Sgian Dubh

Sgian Dubh

The Sgian Dubh is a ceremonial dagger that is traditionally worn as a part of modern Scottish Highland dress along with a kilt. Historically, the Sgian Dubh was considered a secret or a hidden weapon, which is one possible meaning behind its name.
IP-006-2
$30.60

Five Ball Dirk by Cold Steel

Five Ball Dirk by Cold Steel

In the age of the sail, officers were expected to fight right alongside the common deckhands when faced with pirates and privateers. Thus, an officer never chose his weapon lightly and usually picked this Five Ball Dirk as his or her side-arm.
07-88FBD
$160.00

Engraved Scottish Dirk

Engraved Scottish Dirk

Traditionally, a blade such as this Engraved Scottish Dirk would have been carried by a member of the Highland Regiments. Once, it would have been a side-arm, but today, it serves mostly as a ceremonial weapon to complete the iconic Highland attire.
AH-3251
$72.00

Flat Sgian Dubh

Flat Sgian Dubh

It is often the little touches that transform an attire into something worthwhile and great. For the classic Scottish Highland look, one of those little touches is a black dagger, like this Flat Sgian Dubh, tucked into your sock on one side.
AH-3255F
$27.00

Scottish Dirk, Fork, and Knife Set

Scottish Dirk, Fork, and Knife Set

The dirk is an iconic part of the ceremonial Highland attire, and this Scottish Dirk, Fork, and Knife Set reflects a more modern form of the dagger, possessing not only the highland dirk itself, but camping utensils for casual use, as well!
AH-3251D
$90.00

Flat Scottish Dirk

Flat Scottish Dirk

Traditionally, a blade such as this Flat Scottish Dirk would have been worn and carried by a member of the Highland Regiments. Once, it would have been a side-arm, but today, it serves mostly as a ceremonial weapon to complete the iconic Highland attire.
AH-3251F
$72.00

Bronze Head Celtic Dagger

Bronze Head Celtic Dagger

A personal weapon should be unique and distinctive, and few can offer such a trait as well as this Bronze Head Celtic Dagger. The unique appeal derives entirely from the hilt, which, cast in bronze, is shaped like a man, complete with a head pommel.
AH-4326
$108.00

La Tene Celtic Dagger

La Tene Celtic Dagger

Based on the designs of blades from the La Tene culture, this La Tene Celtic Dagger echoes the look of an Iron Age culture that would have used iron for the blade only, and instead used more common materials to make up the hilts of their weapons.
AH-4325
$75.60

Highland Sgian Dubh

Highland Sgian Dubh

It is often the little touches that transform an attire into something worthwhile and great. For the classic Scottish Highland look, one of those little touches is a black dagger, like this Highland Sgian Dubh, tucked into your sock on one side.
AH-3255
$27.00

Damascus Sgian Dubh

Damascus Sgian Dubh

Once used for the everyday needs of the Scotsman it has become regulated to mostly ceremonial purposes because of the rich history it has for the people of Scotland. Pick up a piece of Scottish pride with the Damascus Sgian Dubh.
ZS-DM-1076
$59.90

Damascus Dirk

Damascus Dirk

Once one of the most popular weapons for the Scottish military and now a traditional ceremonial blade the Dirk was and is an important piece of Scottish tradition and you can get your own with the Damascus Dirk.
ZS-DM-1077
$71.90

Regimental Scottish Dirk

Regimental Scottish Dirk

For an ornate blade that will also be of benefit to a post battle meal get this Regimental Scottish Dirk.
ZS-210526
$43.50
   
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