16th Century Classic Scottish Dirk
Item currently out of stock, but can be back-ordered for our next delivery.
Product Code: 402352
Manufacturer: Windlass Steelcrafts
£76.00 (INC. VAT)
The dirk used during the Scottish Renaissance is an advanced development of the kidney dagger and emerged in this form toward the end of the 16th century. Our classic Scottish dirk has a single-edged blade with a fuller offset toward the back edge. Turned to fit most hands very well, the grip is made of hardwood and the decorated, riveted pommel is made of steel. The scabbard, on the other hand, is made of leather. Its mount and chape are made of metal, and it also has a belt loop for attaching the whole ensemble (dirk and scabbard) comfortably to a belt.
High Carbon Spring Steel
Blade Length 36 cm
Overall Length 50 cm
Price QualityMJFFollowing on from my recent purchase of the Scottish Basket Hilt Broadsword & Scabbard, S5706 M, I have now added this 16th Century Classic Scottish Dirk to my collection. The Dirk is an outstanding replica example of an early Scottish Dirk and matches perfectly alongside the also highly impressive Broadsword.
As always, the Southern Sword team have done an excellent job. The Dirk arrived in perfect condition, via the Parcelforce 24 hour service, the next day after I placed the order. I would most highly recommended Southern Swords for both the quality of their service and their products.
Thank you very much indeed to all the staff for a continued excellent customer service.
Price QualityDave PExcellent Scottish Dirk well made good weight and size looks great.