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Cathcart Family Clan Crest Sgian Dubh, Scottish Knife

Cathcart Family Clan Crest Sgian Dubh, Scottish Knife

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Elevate Your Scottish Clan Tradition with Our Exquisite Clan Crest Sgian Dubh

Introducing our stunning Sgian Dubh, the epitome of traditional Scottish craftsmanship, now available adorned with your esteemed Clan crest in lead-free pewter or fine sterling silver.

Crafted to perfection, this brand new Sgian Dubh measures 7-1/2” in length by 1-3/8” in width, featuring a stainless steel blade and nickel silver plated fittings. The top is embellished with a choice of imitation topaz, sapphire blue, or emerald green synthetic stone, adding a touch of regal splendor to this exquisite piece.

Surrounded by a meticulously detailed belt and buckle design, engraved with your Clan motto in raised relief lettering, the Clan crest serves as the focal point of this remarkable Sgian Dubh. Reflecting ancient traditions, where Clan chiefs bestowed their crest upon loyal clansmen, each piece is exquisitely handcrafted in high detail in sterling silver, with the Clan Crest measuring 11/16" (19.5mm) in diameter.

Please note that this item is made to order, yet production typically requires only a few days. With every Clan available, simply specify your Clan name in the comment area when placing your order to complete your special request.

While our Sgian Dubh is crafted with meticulous attention to detail, it's important to note that the handle and sheath are composed of a resin material, with plated fittings. This Sgian Dubh offers exceptional value as an economy model, as genuine old Sgian Dubhs with sterling silver fittings typically command prices upwards of $1,000.00.

Delve into the origins of the "Sgian Dubh," Gaelic for "Black Knife," thought to derive from its dark appearance, often carved from black bog wood, with blades darkened through use and age. Alternatively, its name may stem from the concealed nature of the weapon, with tradition dictating its visible placement in the stocking while wearing Highland attire, symbolizing friendship and goodwill.

With over forty years of expertise in the Scottish Clan crest business, we take pride in crafting Clan jewelry that spans generations, now catering to the children and grandchildren of our esteemed clientele.

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