Scottish Daggers and Celtic Daggers from Medieval Collectables
Medieval Collectables carries many unique Scottish daggers and Celtic Daggers. The most known of the Scottish daggers is the Scottish Dirk which was a direct descentdent of the Medieval Ballock dagger. The Scottish dirk was carried by Highlanders, which had a heavy blade, thick at the back and a single edge that was tapered uniformly from hilt to point. The dirk had a barrel shaped grip with a conical flat topped pommel and no guard. Anothe common Scottish dagger is the Sgian Dubh, or black dagger. Traditionally worn in the stocking, this dagger is an iconic part of traditional highland dress. For those with a serious interest in the Highlands, a Scottish dagger or Scottish dirk is a must for any collection. Scottish daggers have inscriptions on their ornate hilts and handles that are made of box wood. Scottish daggers are like a work of art, but beware as they are still a true dagger used for stabbing.
Our Ranger Bow is a very unique bow. The bow is painted black, and all the growth rings of the wood are a silver color, creating an effect not seen before. It has the 2 gold painted tree symbols on either side of the handle.
Inspired by the bow used by Legolas in the Lord of the Rings movies, this bow is available in a variety of weights with a 28 inch draw. The bow is finely crafted from a single piece of Red Oak backed with linen and is solid black.
Our Linen Backed Medieval Longbow is finely crafted from red oak and then backed with linen for added strength. Our Linen Backed Medieval Longbow is made in an array of draw weights for your convenience.
Our Green Leaf Bow is adorned in green leaves and vines. The bow is also painted green with the green fading at the tips. Made from a solid piece of hickory, this bow is a great target bow or costume bow, and still fully functional.
The bow that was used by the elvish prologue armies. The designs on the front of the bow are hand painted in metallic gold and are located just above and below the handle. The handle area of the bow is black, and then fades to a dark brown.
Armies of Elf scouts armed with bows, though small in number, are a potent force in the city of the damned. Our Elf Scout bow is approximately 72 inches long. The bow is made from solid hickory and the handle is wrapped with a tan grip.
If you want a project, than this You Finish Hickory Longbow may be the thing for you! This bow is for the archer who wants the satisfaction of having finished their bow themselves, as well as a template that is open to customization!
This 11.75 inch long dirk showcases crisp etchings of the traditional Scottish foliage and thistle motif on both sides of the blade. A 5 inch long false edge and a knurled pattern on the blade back mark this dirk with distinction.
This Irish dagger features a full tang construction, high carbon blade that is flexible and strong. It has a highly polished steel cross guard and pommel with a leather wrapped handle. The Irish dagger is very light and quick.
This Early Scottish Dirk is a direct descendant of the medieval bollock dagger. The grip form began to change, probably sometime in the late 16th century, and soon developed a distinctive style that was purely Scottish.
The traditional Scottish dagger, this personal 6.5 inch long knife is small enough to be worn tucked away in a sock or boot for easy retrieval and use. The Sgian Dubh is made of Ebony wood and brass handle and comes complete with sheath.
A Scottish tradition, the original sgian dubhs were frequently worn under the shirt close to the armpit. Now it is traditional for the Sgian Dubh to be worn in the stocking, and the knife is frequently called a stocking dirk.
The Primitive Scottish Dirk is a forerunner of the more ornate Scottish dirks that came later. The well-tempered blade of this dagger is made of high carbon steel accompanied by steel parts and a gorgeous hardwood handle.
This sgian dubh is a beautiful dagger that is very functional. This Sgian Dubh features a high quality, file-worked carbon steel blade, a black leather-wrapped scabbard, and a traditional basket weave pattern on the handle.
This magnificent Celtic Flame dagger has magical Celt appeal! Each flame like blade of steel is individually and masterfully forged by hand and comes with its own leather sheath which is made individually to fit each kris blade.
Sometimes, the best inspiration for fantasy is a bit of reality. This Curved Celtic Dagger draws on a few sources, taking a curved shape and traditional Celtic knot design to create a handsome dagger that is sure to appeal to many.
Mimicking the design elements of its larger relatives, the Highland Dagger is a perfect small blade to accompany an ultimately larger and far more intimidating weapon.
Sometimes a classic historical item is brought into the modern era with a twist that not only gives the item a newer look but creates an entirely new item. Such is the example with the Celtic Sgain Dubh.
The Trojan Longbow is a reproduction of a historical bow that could have been used in Greek warfare like the Trojan War. This hickory sapwood bow comes with a Dacron bowstring and is available in a variety of draw weights.
The Scottish Dirk is a modern replica that harkens back to an earlier time, when the dirk was a tool and weapon. The 13 inch blade is forged from 1055 Carbon steel. It is 1.5 inches wide and comes fully sharpened and battle-ready
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In the far-off days of antiquated Scotland, it was typically unsafe to go anywhere completely unarmed, and thus the Black Sgian Dubh had its place in society as a hidden weapon, to be kept at all times in case of attack.
Typically worn with traditional Scottish Highland attire, the Scotland Sgian Dubh Collection could easily be found tucked into a kilt-hose as a hidden knife, and no one would give it a second look.
In the ancient days, a sgian dubh was carried for self-defense, though the practice continued into modern day as a decoration. Ornate and effective, the Damascus Sgian Dubh fills both needs surprisingly well.
The dirk is an iconic part of the ceremonial Highland attire, and this Scottish Dirk, Fork, and Knife Set reflects a more modern form of the dagger, possessing not only the highland dirk itself, but camping utensils for casual use.
It is usually the little blades you have to look out for. In the case of this Celtic Boot Blade, that is doubly true, not because this dagger is dangerous, but because its stunning design is one that you will not want to miss seeing.
The Sgian Dubh is a ceremonial dagger that is traditionally worn as a part of Scottish Highland dress along with a kilt. Historically, the Sgian Dubh was considered a secret weapon, which is one possible meaning behind its name.
A personal weapon should be unique and distinctive, and few can offer such a trait as well as this Bronze Head Celtic Dagger. The appeal derives from the hilt, which, cast in bronze, is shaped like a man, complete with a head pommel.
It is often the little touches that transform an attire into something great. For the classic Scottish Highland look, one of those little touches is a black dagger, like this Highland Sgian Dubh, tucked into your sock on one side.
Traditionally, a blade such as this Flat Scottish Dirk would have been carried by a member of the Highland Regiments. It would have been a side-arm. Today, it serves mostly as a ceremonial weapon to complete the iconic Highland attire.
Historically used as a sidearm for officers of the Scottish Highland regiments, the dirk has since become a ceremonial weapon worn with traditional dress. Our Damascus Dirk makes a quality functional and decorative weapon.
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Based on the designs from the La Tene, this La Tene Celtic Dagger echoes the look of an Iron Age culture that would have used iron for the blade only, and instead used more common materials to make up the hilts of their weapons.
Traditionally, a blade such as this Engraved Scottish Dirk would have been carried by a member of the Highland Regiments. It would have been a side-arm. Today, it serves as a ceremonial weapon to complete the iconic Highland attire.
It is often the little touches that transform an attire into something great. For the classic Scottish Highland look, one of those little touches is a black dagger, like this Flat Sgian Dubh, tucked into your sock on one side.
The name of this Scottish knife contains the double-meaning of Black and Hidden, referring to its theorized use as a concealed weapon. The Damascus Sgian Dubh offers you an excellent replica of the traditional highlander knife.
On Sale For: $58.95
Designed in tribute of the famous Scottish Macleod Clan, the Macleod Dagger features a medieval styling and floral themed accents. The blade of this medieval dagger is crafted from stainless steel and has a polished finish.
On Sale For: $9.45
With gorgeous, pewter-finished Celtic knotwork throughout its historically-inspired design, the Cross Pommel Celtic Dagger is an excellent decorative dagger to add to weapon collections, medieval outfits, or even themed displays.
On Sale For: $14.31
The traditional weapon of officers and nobles in medieval Scotland was the dirk, a thrusting dagger with a distinct shape. This Ornate Damascus Dirk is an elegant weapon that would have only been wielded by someone with a high rank.
On Sale For: $58.05
A direct descendent of the medieval ballock dagger, the Scottish Dirk is a dagger that has historically been intended strictly for fighting, often carried by Scottish military officers and nobles as a sturdy and effective sidearm.
As a part of traditional Scottish Highland dress, the sgian dubh is worn so that only the hilt can be seen out of the hose. With this Rampant Lion Sgian Dubh, you can be sure your outfit will be complete with an eye-catching accent.
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In historical Scotland, it was unsafe to go anywhere completely unarmed, and thus the Scottish Thistle Sgian Dubh found its place in society as a hidden weapon, to be kept close in case of attack and for general daily tasks.
Utilized often for hand to hand combat during the expansive Age of Sail, long thrusting daggers much like this stunning Damascus Naval Dirk were traditionally the personal weapons for officers in the Scottish Highland regiments.
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In historical Scotland, it was unsafe to go anywhere completely unarmed, and thus the Lion Rampant Sgian Dubh found its place in society as a hidden weapon, to be kept close in case of attack and for general daily tasks.
Dirks have a long history, including their role as the primary sidearm to officers and nobility of medieval Scotland. A high-ranking person of power would have carried an exquisite dagger like this Damascus Officers Dirk at all times.
On Sale For: $58.95
Clan MacLeod traces its ancestry back to the 13th century, remaining one of the well-known clans of the Scottish Highlands. The Highlander MacLeod Dagger makes a great collectible blade for anyone interested in their rich history.
Scottish daggers, such as the sgian dubh and the dirk, have had several uses over the ages and are often used today as ceremonial pieces. The Jeweled Scottish Sgian Dubh is a beautifully crafted version of a traditional Celtic dagger.
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