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 art but beware they are still a true dagger used for stabbing.
Blue Gem Cross-Hatch Sgian Dubh
item # NP-H-112-PBL
Collectors, reenactors, and any other appreciators of Scottish culture should not be without the iconic weapon of traditional Scottish dress. The Blue Gem Cross-Hatch Sgian Dubh is a beautiful take on the classic Highlander dagger.
Blue Gem Harp Sgian Dubh
item # NP-H-112-HPBL
A creative take on traditional Scottish weaponry, the Blue Gem Harp Sgian Dubh is a stainless steel spear point dagger. The Celtic harp emblem decorates its textured, black composite hilt, and a gemstone inset rests at the pommel.
Blue Gem Lion Sgian Dubh
item # NP-H-112-LNBL
Featuring a rampant lion inspired by the one seen on the Royal Banner of Scotland, the Blue Gem Lion Sgian Dubh is a fantastic replica dagger for reenactment, display, or even gifting. The flat pommel displays an inset blue gemstone.
Blue Gem Scottish Fantasy Dirk
item # NP-H-111-BL
The Blue Gem Scottish Fantasy Dirk takes an elegant and regal approach to traditional Scottish weaponry. This Highlander replica dagger is made of stainless steel throughout with a beautiful blue gemstone set within its flat pommel.
Blue Gem Thistle Sgian Dubh
item # NP-H-112-LFBL
Scottish folklore tells of the importance of the thistle, and to this day it decorates crests and coats of arms. In homage to Scottish history, the Blue Gem Thistle Sgian Dubh sports a silvery Scottish thistle emblem upon its handle.
Bonny Scottish Dirk
item # 400806
This 11.75 inch long dirk showcases crisp etchings of the traditional Scottish foliage and thistle motif on both sides of the blade. A 5 inch long false edge and a knurled pattern on the blade back mark this dirk with distinction.
Bronze Head Celtic Dagger
item # AH-4326
A personal weapon should be unique and distinctive, and few can offer such a trait as well as this Bronze Head Celtic Dagger. The appeal derives from the hilt, which, cast in bronze, is shaped like a man, complete with a head pommel.
Celtic Boot Blade
item # MC-FM-645
It is usually the little blades you have to look out for. 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.
Celtic Flame Dagger
item # ED2203
This magnificent Celtic Flame dagger has magical Celt appeal! Each flame like blade of steel is individually and masterfully forged by hand and comes with its own leather sheath which is made individually to fit each kris blade.
Celtic Sgian Dubh
item # MC-HK-26136
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.
Celtic Triquetra Dagger
item # NP-H-5939
Grab your favorite Celtic outfit and head on down to your local Ren Fair to show off your new Celtic Triquetra Dagger! This lightly adorned blade sports an old-world appearance, thanks to its medieval Celtic design and decoration!
Celtic War Dagger
item # 403761
This wicked dagger was used with effectiveness in battle as well as around the camp. The Celtic War Dagger features a solid metal handle with integral guard. The unique blade is made from hand forged, tempered high carbon steel.
Ceremonial Scottish Dirk
item # ZS-231222
Based on the ballock dagger, the Scottish dirk proved lethal in the adept hands of a Highlander. As the lands became more peaceful, blades like the Ceremonial Scottish Dirk became an essential part of traditional Highland attire.
Cross Pommel Celtic Dagger
item # ZS-211166
With gorgeous, pewter-finished Celtic knotwork throughout its historically-inspired design, the Cross Pommel Celtic Dagger is an excellent decorative dagger to add to weapon collections, medieval outfits, or even themed displays.
Curved Celtic Dagger
item # MC-FM-646
Sometimes, the best inspiration for fantasy is a 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 dagger that is sure to appeal to many.
item # ZS-DM-1077
Historically used as a sidearm for officers of the Scottish Highland regiments, the dirk has since become a ceremonial weapon worn with traditional dress. Our Damascus Dirk makes a quality functional and decorative weapon.
Damascus Naval Dirk
item # ZS-DM-1113
Utilized often for hand to hand combat during the expansive Age of Sail, long thrusting daggers much like this stunning Damascus Naval Dirk were traditionally the personal weapons for officers in the Scottish Highland regiments.
Damascus Nobles Dirk
item # ZS-DM-1060
Originally, the dirk was a personal weapon of ship-board officers and nobles. This thrusting dagger was also something of a badge of office, too, and so it was expected that an officer have a nice one, like this Damascus Nobles Dirk.
Damascus Officers Dirk
item # ZS-DM-1115
Dirks have a long history, including their role as the primary sidearm to officers and nobility of medieval Scotland. A high-ranking person of power would have carried an exquisite dagger like this Damascus Officers Dirk at all times.
Damascus Sgian Dubh
item # MC-HK-2516
In the ancient days, a sgian dubh was carried for self-defense, though the practice continued into modern day as a decoration. Ornate and effective, the Damascus Sgian Dubh fills both needs surprisingly well.
Damascus Sgian Dubh
item # ZS-DM-1076
The name of this Scottish knife contains the double-meaning of Black and Hidden, referring to its theorized use as a concealed weapon. The Damascus Sgian Dubh offers you an excellent replica of the traditional highlander knife.
Damascus Sgian Dubh
item # 403577
Originally Sgian Dubhs were commonly worn under the shirt close to the armpit. Now the stocking dirk is traditionally worn in the stocking of a Highlander. This Damascus Sgian Dubh displays the stylish wavy pattern of Damascus steel.
Early Scottish Dirk
item # 400508
This style of dirk is a direct descendant of the medieval bollock dagger. The grip form began to change, probably sometime in the late 16th century, but soon developed a form that was purely Scottish.
Engraved Scottish Dirk
item # AH-3251
Traditionally, a blade such as this Engraved Scottish Dirk would have been carried by a member of the Highland Regiments. It would have been a side-arm. Today, it serves as a ceremonial weapon to complete the iconic Highland attire.