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Scottish Sgian Dubh 'Gaelic- Black Knife' were carred by heavily armed Scottish Clansmen. Tucked into the sock, this was reputed to be the weapon of last resort. Today it remains an essential part of tradditional Highland wear. This mint example has a working blade and was made in Scotland to the highest specification. It has a pristine 3 1/2" blade with scalloped back edge and fuller. One side of the blade is beautifully etched with a Thistle design and with the Wilkinson Sword name, crossed swords legend and Royal Appointment. It's black grip is embossed with the figure of a Salmon and ornate fittings. The Sgian Dubh is complete with black leather sheath in the same mint condition. It is contained in its original, as new, green cardboard presentation box which has an attractive green lining. The lid of the box bears the Wilkinson Sword name, crossed swords legend and Royal Appointments in Gold. The box contains it's original Wilkinson presentation card outlining the tradition of the Sgian Dubh and bears the 'Sterling Council Of Scottish Chiefs' approval. Price for this mint boxed piece includes UK delivery. Sn 9745:6