Dimensions 15cm Budget Standard Material Antler
- Hand crafted since 1749
- Manufactured using traditional methods
- Finest quality traditional horn ware
- Made in the UK
The Sgian Dubh, or sock knife, first appeared in military use in around 1800 and is worn in kilted dress uniforms today. The knife has a traditional serrated blade and horn handle. The sgian dubh is supplied gift boxed with an embossed leather sheath. As stags shed their antlers naturally, no cruelty is involved in the making of this product. This product is made from natural materials meaning shades and markings will vary.
In 1749 The Humpherson family founded the horn works in Bewdley, when horn carving was prolific. Working techniques have changed very little over the centuries, it is one of the things that defines Abbeyhorn – "handmade using traditional techniques". All raw materials are sourced from ethical sources, as a by-product which could otherwise be wasted.
The business is now happily settled in the little Village of Holme, in the heart of Northern England just on the cusp of the Lake District. It has produced props for Vikings, Harry Potter, and Game of Thrones.