- The Bollock Dagger it suggests male anatomy and was traditionally used as a peasant utility knife in Scotland from the 1300s (similar to a dirk)
- It comes with a 7-inch stainless steel blade that measures 12 inches overall with a real wood handle
- Customize by upgrading to a good-quality black or brown leather sheath
- Add an interesting (if slightly bawdy) part of history to your collection. It also works as a fun conversation starter
Available on backorder
Yes, that is what it is supposed to look like! The bollock dagger appeared in the 12th century as a peasant utility knife and was quaintly called a kidney knife during Victorian times to avoid being improper about its suggestive shape. This knife will be an interesting conversation starter and a bawdy bit of humor to add to your collection.
Upgraded leather sheaths are available in black and brown as the standard sheath leaves something to be desired. The blade measures 7 inches and is made from stainless steel. Overall, the knife measures 12 inches long, including the solid real wood handle.
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- Comes with a leather sheath embossed with a traditional Celtic knot design
- Perfect for collectors, practical use, and traditional reenactments
- Handcrafted in Scotland with thistle metalwork design with the Masonic symbol of the compass and square
- Traditional 4-piece metalwork, cast in lead-free pewter and plated in palladium
- Multi-faceted and gold foil backed stone on the handle with your choice of blue, amber, green, purple, and red stone
- Stainless steel blade that comes with an attractive presentation box (perfect for gift giving!)