In the far-off days of antiquated Scotland, it was typically unsafe to go anywhere completely unarmed, and thus the Wood Sgian Dubh had its place in society as a hidden weapon, to be kept at all times in case of attack. This small blade has one full edge and one partial edge on the reverse, with a brief serration on the back edge of the blade just above the hilt. Cast-metal caps take the place of a traditional guard and pommel, and are decorated with Celtic knot-work on a textured background. The grip is wood-finished, with a cast-metal plate set at the grips center. On this plate, a feather and a gun are engraved, crossed, with a G set just beneath them. Set on the pommel of the sgian dubh is a synthetic blue stone, set to imitate the once-valued cairngorm stones that once decorated the actual daggers. The included sheath matches the dagger perfectly, and has Celtic knot-work set on the cast-metal furnishings that adorn its mouth and tip. Effective but also a display of personal wealth and prestige, the Wood Sgian Dubh is equal parts defense and display, and a wonderful addition to any knife collection.
- Includes Hard Sheath
- Synthetic Blue Crystal On Pommel
- Modeled on a Traditional Scottish Blade