Sgian Dubh is Gaelic for black dagger, as invariably the handle was carved from black bog oak, and the word 'black' also implies 'covert'. 


Normally this weapon of last resort was concealed, and only removed in the presence of a host out of courtesy, usually to be placed in the sock where it could be seen.


We carry a huge range of designs and specifications to suit any highland ocassion, this including plain and stone topped styles. 


Horn handles, and a new breed of contemporary designs are generally used for day and casual wear, with dress black styles for semi-dress and formal.


Price Range  £12 to £99


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