The blade of this knife IS sharpened, making it one of very few that serve a "utilitarian purpose". It is also the only sgian dubh we've ever seen with a retractable cork screw and bottle opener! Dozens of Scottish Clans names are available.
Please note the following for all Clan Crest items:
1. If the clan name you want is NOT listed on a particular product (try looking for alternate spellings), we do not offer it for that particular item.
2. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery of Clan Crest items.
3. All Irish name items will come in the GAELIC spelling (what's in parentheses), NOT the ENGLISH spelling.
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- Nice piece of kit! James
Value Quality PriceThe blade isn't the best..came slightly sharp. But nothing a couple passes on a stone can't solve. But a this price point i wish it was better blade material. But am overall happy with it and is a nice piece of kit! (Posted on 12/5/2020)
- Wonderful, but pricy, knife Erin
Quality Price ValueGreat knife, sturdy and well made. The recipient was very happy with this and thrilled to have his clan crest on it. (Posted on 10/26/2020)
- Nice but illegal in NV Campbell
Quality Price ValueReally nice knife with the added accessories. The clan crest is a nice touch too. Unfortunately the knife is over 3 inches so it would be considered a concealed weapon in Nevada. (Posted on 6/4/2018)
- If at first Michael
Quality Price ValueVery good quality. Blade is quite sharp not just a decorative piece. (Posted on 5/26/2018)
- In itself a wonderful small knife GodDog
Value Quality PriceIf you have military background? If you're connected to Scottish culture? Here is the original Swiss Army knife or Leatherman multitool. And it's a sharp, well made, useful knife. On top of that it looks good in your sock top when wearing a kilt. (Posted on 3/29/2018)
- great robbo
Price Value Qualitylooks fantastic (Posted on 12/4/2017)
- very nice Tony De
Price Value QualityNice overall knife. I had to go to a distant relative clan. (Posted on 2/24/2017)
- Nice Item Rob R
Price Value QualityI nice, well made piece that is very handy! (Posted on 5/19/2016)
- Nice addition to my kilt! Maxwell
Price Value QualityI really like it, but agree with previous remark regarding knife blade quality. Since I expect to be using the openers more than the blade, I don't think it will be a problem. Very happy with the look and feel. (Posted on 5/16/2016)
- Fantastic Bayard
Price Value QualityGreat knife,Fatastic quality,sharpest blade I have ever seen,and I don't tolerate dull knives! You could shave with this thing. (Posted on 2/26/2016)
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Wooden and Stag Horn sgian dubhs are used more for casual and ‘day wear’ type outfits. Dress sgian dubhs (usually black in color with or without a stone on the top) are typically reserved for formal functions.
If you choose to wear a sgian dubh, we highly recommend wearing flashes… The elastic band on the flashes helps to keep the sgain dubh “secure” in your hose top. Without the flashes, the sgain dubh may easily fall out (and get lost).
Also, think about where you're going before tucking your sgian dubh into your hose... Many buildings have security screenings and a Sgian Dubh may be confiscated as a weapon. When in doubt, leave it at home or check it in your luggage.
Sgian Dubh, literally translated, means “Black Knife”. It was originally concealed in a small pocket, usually sewn into the armpit area. When in the company of friends, it would be taken out and tucked into the top of the kilt hose as a sign of respect (i.e. not hiding a weapon).
Today, sgian dubhs are usually more decorative than utilitarian. They are worn by tucking about 2/3 of the (sheathed) knife into the top of the kilt hose. Which leg it is worn on is determined by the dominant hand of the wearer (right handed guys put it in their right leg’s hose).
AvailabilityThe Clan Crest sgian dubh is a 'custom' item. Generally, this product ships within 4 to 6 weeks of the order date.
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