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Impress friends at events with this handy bottle opener disguised as a Sgian Dubh, the perfect highlandwear accessory. Available in celtic or thistle pewter metal work
with a stainless steel blade and fancy stone top.
Available 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.
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.#
Pewter celtic metal work
6 different coloured stones available
Hand made in Glasgow, Scotland