If you are looking for a dagger to add to your Highlander ensemble, then you should check out the Early Scottish Dirk Dagger. Made from stainless steel, this decorative dagger features a spearpoint-style, single-edged blade. Three thin fullers run down most of the length of the satin-finished blade near the spine. The fuller closest to the spine is shorter than the other two.
Next, the dagger has a round, almost lobed crossguard. At the center of the short crossguard, there is a deep V-shape that continues from the handle onto the guard. The brown wooden hilt has a textured grip with V-shaped ridges that make it easier to grasp. At the end of the handle, there is a conical pommel. It has a steel plate on the end. Finally, this dagger comes with a black leather scabbard. It has a stainless-steel chape and throat. You can easily add the Early Scottish Dirk Dagger to any Scottish display or Celtic weaponry collection.
- Completely decorative
- Has a single-edged blade with three fullers
- Features a rounded, lobe-like crossguard
- Ridged grip for an easier grasp
- Great decor piece
- Ideal addition to a Scottish collection
- Blade is stainless steel
- Handle is wood
- Scabbard is leather
- Overall Length: 21.3 Inches
- Blade Length: 15 Inches
Measurements are approximate.
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