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Farquharson Interlace Family Clan Crest Sgian Dubh, Scottish Knife

Farquharson Interlace Family Clan Crest Sgian Dubh, Scottish Knife

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Introducing the epitome of Scottish tradition and craftsmanship: the Scottish Clan Crest Higher Quality Sgian Dubh, meticulously crafted by The Sgian Dubh Company in Scotland. Renowned as the pinnacle of quality in the market, each Sgian Dubh is presented in a distinguished blue presentation box, proudly bearing the hallmark "Made in Scotland."

This exquisite Sgian Dubh, a traditional Scottish black-handled knife, is available with your Clan crest meticulously mounted in lead-free pewter or fine sterling silver, ensuring a bespoke touch tailored to your heritage. Crafted to the highest standards, the handle and sheath are expertly fashioned from resin with plated metal fittings, exuding a timeless elegance reminiscent of antique pieces commanding prices exceeding $1,000.00.

Measuring 7 1/2” (190 mm) in length and 1 3/8” (35 mm) in width, with a stainless steel blade and nickel silver plated fittings, each Sgian Dubh boasts an imitation glass blue sapphire, emerald green, or purple amethyst stone atop. Choose your preferred color upon ordering to personalize this exquisite piece.

Embrace tradition as the Clan crest is encircled by a meticulously crafted belt and buckle motif, bearing your Clan motto in raised relief lettering. Each Sgian Dubh is a testament to fine craftsmanship, meticulously handcrafted in sterling silver, with the Clan Crest measuring 11/16" (19.5 mm) in diameter, echoing ancient customs where the Clan chief bestowed the crest upon their clansmen as a symbol of loyalty and affiliation.

Please note that this item is made to order, requiring a few days for creation, ensuring the utmost attention to detail. With every Clan available, you can commemorate your heritage with pride and distinction.

Discover the fascinating origins of the "Sgian Dubh," Gaelic for Black Knife, believed to stem from its dark appearance, with early handles carved from black bog wood and blades darkened through use and age. Alternatively, its name may derive from its concealed nature as a traditional weapon, now symbolically displayed in Highland attire to signify friendship and goodwill, reaffirming its non-combative purpose.

With over 43 years of experience in the Scottish Clan crest business, we continue to uphold our legacy by crafting Clan jewelry for generations, ensuring each piece embodies the timeless spirit of Scottish heritage and tradition.

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