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Duncan Interlace Family Clan Crest Sgian Dubh, Scottish Knife

Duncan Interlace Family Clan Crest Sgian Dubh, Scottish Knife

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Introducing our highest quality Sgian Dubh crafted by The Sgian Dubh Company in Scotland, renowned as the pinnacle of excellence in the market today. Each Sgian Dubh comes impeccably presented in its own premium blue presentation box, proudly stamped "Made in Scotland."

This exquisite Sgian Dubh, a traditional Scottish black-handled knife, is available adorned with your Clan crest in either lead-free pewter or fine sterling silver, with all Clans available for selection. Crafted to perfection, this high-end Sgian Dubh is a testament to exceptional craftsmanship, featuring a handle and sheath made of resin with plated metal fittings. While antique "genuine" Sgian Dubhs with sterling silver fittings may fetch over $1,000.00, we offer these prestigious pieces upon request.

Measuring 7 1/2” (190 mm) in length by 1 3/8” (35 mm) in width, this Sgian Dubh boasts a stainless steel blade and nickel silver-plated fittings. The top is adorned with an imitation glass blue sapphire, emerald green, or purple amethyst glass stone—select your preferred color when ordering.

The Clan crest is showcased amidst a detailed belt and buckle design, with your clan motto elegantly inscribed in raised relief lettering. Each piece is meticulously handcrafted in sterling silver, with the Clan Crest measuring 11/16" (19.5 mm) in diameter, paying homage to the ancient tradition where Clan chiefs presented their crest to Clansmen as a symbol of loyalty and affiliation.

Please note that this item is made to order and requires a few days for creation. With every Clan available, you can proudly honor your Scottish heritage with this distinguished Sgian Dubh.

Explore the rich history of the Sgian Dubh, its Gaelic name meaning "Black Knife," reflecting its dark appearance and traditional use. While it should not be considered a weapon, tradition dictates that it be openly displayed in the top of the stocking while wearing Highland attire, symbolizing friendship and goodwill.

With over 43 years of experience in the Scottish Clan crest business, we continue to uphold our legacy by crafting Clan jewelry for generations to come.

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