Scottish Renaissance Dirk with scabbard

The dirks used during the Scottish Renaissance are advanced developments of the kidney dagger and emerged in the form shown toward the end of the 16th century.  More information...

€96,00 excl. VAT
On order, order now and goods will be dispatched on 19-Aug-2024

Notify me when the item is in stock.

We will inform you as soon as we stock up.

SKU: 0210120223

Scottish Renaissance Dirk with scabbard

The blade is long and single-edged, and it even has a false edge close to the point. Three decorative fullers are offset toward the back edge, not centered. The riveted, hardwood grip is carved with a lozenge pattern that fits any hand well. This Scottish Renaissance dirk comes with a scabbard including a mount and chape made of metal. The scabbard is also designed to be used with a holder.


  • Total length: 53cm
  • Blade length: 38cm
  • Grip length: 9cm
  • Weight: 0.44 kg
  • Blade thickness (base): 5mm
  • Blade width (base): 3.7cm

Please note!

We do not sell this product to customers under the age of 18.Please mention your birth date when order. We also need a copy of your passport by email, scan, fax or mail.

Similar products (11)