Scottish Daggers

Celtic daggers and Scottish daggers come in many distinctive styles, including the iconic sgian dubh and regimental dirk. Traditional sgian dubhs possess a short blade and make excellent additions to Highland dress. While originally worn as a concealed dagger, they were used for eating as well as defense. Historical dirks, by contrast, served as personal sidearms of Scottish Highland regiment officers with long blades for thrusting. Descending from the ballock dagger of the Middle Ages, Scottish dirks remain popular in modern times as ceremonial blades. At Buying a Sword, we carry a great selection of highland daggers that are perfect for collectors, re-enactors, and anyone who wants to honor their heritage. We offer a fine range of decorative daggers with ornate engraving and gems, as well as functional daggers crafted from Damascus and high carbon steel. Peruse our Celtic Daggers category to find the right historical blade for your needs.
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Yellow Gem Harp Sgian Dubh

Item # NP-H-112-HPYL
For the distinguished Highlander, accent your outfit with the Yellow Gem Harp Sgian Dubh. Modeled after traditional Scottish dirks, this historical dagger features a Celtic harp emblem upon its textured black hilt.

Yellow Gem Lion Sgian Dubh

Item # NP-H-112-LNYL
With the rampant lion of the Royal Banner decorating its hilt, the Yellow Gem Lion Sgian Dubh is a stately and stylish take on traditional Scottish weaponry. This stainless steel blade is inspired by historical Highlander dirks.

Yellow Gem Thistle Sgian Dubh

Item # NP-H-112-LFYL
Inspired by historical Scottish weapons and given a regal twist, the Yellow Gem Thistle Sgian Dubh features a silver tone thistle emblem upon its textured hilt and multi-faceted yellow gemstone set within its distinct flat pommel.

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.