Damascus Ebony Dirk

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
4 Customer reviews
  • Well-made Sgian Dubh made in Scotland with 3.5 inches real Damascus steel blade
  • Genuine stag antler handle for a unique and one of a kind authentic look
  • Comes with a leather sheath embossed with a traditional Celtic knot design
  • Perfect for collectors, practical use, and traditional reenactments

$145.00

Damascus Ebony Dirk-with the new and improved handmade sheath

If you’ve been looking for the perfect Sgian Dubh, look no further. With its quality craftsmanship made right in Scotland with a Damascus steel blade, this quality Sgian Dubh is sure to impress. Featuring a 4.5 inches long leather sheath with Celtic knot embossing, your new, authentic Sgian Dubh is the perfect item for collectors, reenactors, and traditional Celtic-lovers alike. 

The stag is a powerful symbol in Celtic legend. With each 4 inches long handle made from a unique, one of a kind, genuine stag horn, this Sgian Dubh will definitely stand out in your collection. The question now is whether you buy it for yourself or as a gift!

  • Well-made Sgian Dubh made in Scotland with 3.5 inches real Damascus steel blade
  • Genuine stag antler handle for a unique and one of a kind authentic look
  • Comes with a leather sheath embossed with a traditional Celtic knot design
  • Perfect for collectors, practical use, and traditional reenactments

Please see our weapons disclaimer and care instructions before purchase.

4 reviews for Damascus Ebony Dirk

  1. Jim

    I love it! Showed it to my friends and they couldn’t put it down. I’m proud to wear it.

  2. Gordon Johnson

    Wow! Great workmanship! Wicked Cool!!

  3. Dean M

    Damascus Ebony Dirk was everything I expected. A beauty!

  4. Sandra

    The dirk is lovely. I love the pattern of metal folding in the blade, and it seems sharp enough to me. The wooden hilt does not seem as dark as I imagined ebony would be, but it does look just like the photo. I can’t say whether it is well-balanced or not, but it is not obviously poorly balanced. It is more of a short sword for a person with hands of my size, anyway.

    The scabbard is fine except that the snap is weak. You can snap it shut, but it pops open again at the slightest touch. As with all leather carrying devices, I had to force the dirk into it initially, then daily I spent five minutes pulling and pushing the drik to loosen/wear the leather to properly fit it. It was the same with my two sidearm holsters.

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