Dimensions 17.75cm Budget Standard Material Resin Emblem Thistle
- Usable stainless steel blade
- Stone inset in hilt
- Decorative sheath included
- Thistle motif
- Classic highland accessory
Worn in the hose (socks) originally as protection, the sgian dubh is now ceremonial and is used to cut the haggis on Burns Night.
This sgian dubh features a thistle emblem and Celtic engraving in the hilt. There is a yellow stone on the top, engraved chrome detailing on the leather sheath, and a real, sharp stainless steel blade. 7 inches long hilt to tip.
About William Scott Sporran Maker
Still operating from their original premises in the heart of old Edinburgh, William Scott & Sons is widely recognised as Scotland's most respected traditional sporran maker. William Scott sporrans are all made by hand, with the third generation of the family now producing the traditional and innovative designs for which the firm is known.
William Scott uses only the finest quality materials, with their distinctively robust leatherwork. If you prefer a beautifully hand-made sporran that will give pleasure for decades, whilst supporting the survival of this historic industry and its artisan skills, you'll find no finer sporran in the world. Scotweb is proud to supply the finest authentic Scottish sporrans by William Scott.