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The Scottish dirk (also called highland dirk, in Scottish Gaelic, biodag) is a traditional and ceremonial side dagger of Scottish Highland regiment officials and possibly derived from the sixteenth century ballock.
The traditional Scottish dirk spread particularly in the second half of the seventeenth century, when it was used among the military during the Jacobite insurrection.
Blade: carbon steel
Sheath: leather and steel
Blade length: 29cm.
Total Length: 42.5cm.
Blade width: 35mm.
Blade thickness: 4mm.
Balancing: -400806$92.09Out of stock
The Sgian Dubh is a ceremonial dagger knife (in sgian Gaelic) worn as part of the modern Scottish Highland dress, along with the kilt.
It is worn tucked into socks, with only the knob visible.
Intended use: sports / collection
Type of production: artisanal
Country of production: India
Blade: 1055 carbon steel
Blade treatment: -
Handle: in engraved wood with fittings
Blade length: 82mm.
Blade thickness: 2.5mm.
Total length: 170mm.
Sheath: in wood and leather
Note: -400910$42.97Out of stock
Intended use: sports / collection / hunting
Type of production: Semi-Industrial
Lama production: India
Blade: 1065 carbon steel
Handle: brown wood
Blade length: 300mm.
Blade thickness: 4.5mm.
Total length: 465mm.
Balancing: 5 cm advanced
Sheath: in brown leather
Packaging: cardboard box400884$83.32Out of stock