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Ross Interlace Clan Crest Sgian Dubh, Scottish Knife
Ross Interlace Clan Crest Sgian Dubh, Scottish Knife

Ross Interlace Clan Crest Sgian Dubh, Scottish Knife

Regular price $79.98 $0.00 Unit price per


This sgian dubh is made by The Sgian Dubh Company in Scotland and is the highest quality sgian dubh on the market today. Each comes in its own high quality blue presentation box. Clearly "Made in Scotland".

This beautiful Sgian Dubh or traditional Scottish black handled knife is available mounted with your Clan crest in lead free pewter or fine sterling silver. All Clans are available. This is our high end Sgian dubh and comes in a blue presentation box. It is very well made with the handle and sheath made of a resin and plated metal fittings. An antique "genuine" sgian dubh with sterling silver fittings sells for over $1,000.00. We have these available ... please ask.

This brand new Sgian Dubh is 7 1/2” (190 mm) long by 1 3/8” (35 mm) wide with a stainless steel blade and nickel silver plated fittings. The top has an imitation glass blue sapphire, emerald green or purple amethyst glass stone. Select the colour you want when ordering

The Clan crest is surrounded by a detailed belt and buckle design upon which is inscribed your clan motto in raised relief lettering. Each piece is exquisitely handcrafted in high detail in sterling silver. The Clan Crest is 11/16" (19.5 mm) in diameter. In ancient times, the chief of the Clan presented to his clansmen his crest for them to wear as a symbol of their loyalty and Clan affiliation.

Please note this item is made to order and takes a few days to create. Every Clan is available.


The distant origins of the name Sgian Dubh (Gaelic for Black Knife) are thought to have emerged from this knife's dark appearance - the early handles were often hand carved from black bog wood and the blade would become dark through use and age.
A second theory is that it originated from the dark or sinister nature of an easily concealed weapon - which is why it has become traditional to keep the Sgian Dubh in open view in the top of the stocking whilst wearing Highland attire to show that its wearer is among friends and has no ill intent.
The Sgian Dubh was not, is not and should not be considered a weapon!

Our company has been in the Scottish Clan crest business for over 43 years. We are now making Clan jewellery for the children and grandchildren of our first customers.