Sgian Dubh knife with a decorative handle depicting the flower of Scotland, the thistle.
Choice of designs, either metal or a resin replication of leather with a purple gem to represent the colours of the thistle and the heather.
The sgian dubhs have a a metal blade but it is sold un-sharpened.
The sgian-dubh (pronounced skee an doo) is a small, single-edged knife worn as part of traditional Scottish Highland dress usually tucked into the long kilt hose (sock) and held in place with the garter. Only the hilt remains visible and it’s usually worn on the same side as the dominant hand.
Silver metal, Resin Leather