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Impress friends at events with this handy bottle opener disguised as a Sgian Dubh, the perfect highlandwear accessory. Celtic metalwork, stainless steel blade and fancy stone top.
Each Sgian Dubh is made to order, usually within a couple of days, although please allow up to five working days for dispatch in busy periods and up to ten for engraved.
Available in the Irish Sept name of your choice with 6 different coloured stones and supplied in a presentation box. Every feature of this Sgian Dubh is crafted to the highest standard. The stone, for example, is Gold foil backed, multi facet cut and is bezelled, rather than claw set. The Metalwork is traditional full 4 piece and is 100% Pewter plated in Palladium. Choose from 50 Clan Crests,
Our range of Irish crests were devised by the heraldic artist Romilly Squire, who served for many years as a consultant to the Chief Herald of Ireland. These badges use the Crests from Irish coats of arms, as the full arms are too cumbersome to use for the purpose of anything on a small scale. At its core, heraldry is all about communicating a clear message, so he focused on the crests to make the most elegant representations suitable for badges. He then set these crests within a traditional Claddagh circlet motif, along with the Irish-Gaelic rendering of the sept name. All the Irish crests we use are based on the historic examples found in the archives of the Irish Office of Arms.
Pewter celtic metal work
Six different coloured stones available
Steel Blade (not suitable for under 18's)
Hand made in Scotland
PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST BE AGED 18 AND OVER TO PURCHASE SGIAN DUBHS