By: Windlass Steelcrafts
The "Sgian Dubh" which actually means black handled knife is a beautiful piece from Scottish culture. This Sgian Dubh weighs less than 2 oz. with a black carved wooden handle. The back side of the handle is left smooth for comfort as this piece was traditionally worn in your sock or stocking. The Embossed nickel silver fittings feature a thistle motif and includes a scabbard. This unique sock knife's has been forged with a legendary damascus steel blade which will hold a remarkable edge if you choose to select the optional sharpening service.
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5/5 average from 6 reviews
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"The blade is very pretty and sharp however the sheath is loose and the blade has to be wiggled to sit in properly. " - Anna (3/5)
Reliks Response - If you press down firmly and it will seat itself securely over the metal throat of the sheath.
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