Celtic Cross Dagger
Add this good-looking Celtic dagger to your collection! Just for fun, or as an accessory for one of your kilts. (Also looks great with Ren-Fest or other garb.)
- Pentagram Motif on Handle
- Celtic Cross Pommel
- Red Bead in the Center of the Cross
- Celtic Knotwork with Negative Space on the Cross-Guard
- A Saxon’s Braid Celtic Knot on the Sheath
- Metal Locket and Chape on Scabbard
- Hard, Black Plastic Handle and Sheath
- Imitates the Look of Leather
- Dull, Stainless Steel, Spear Point Blade
Features a good-quality stainless-steel blade (not very sharp as is, but it will take a nice edge if you sharpen it), plastic handle and sheath (they look like they’re leather-wrapped), antiqued pewter-finish metal mounts, and a red plastic “gem” in the pommel. This Celtic dagger is not based on any particular historic design or museum piece, but it still looks cool! Feels sturdy, with a good fit in the sheath.
9 1/2″ blade, 14 1/2″ overall length (15 1/4″ including sheath).
Dirks and Daggers
We have plenty of daggers and dirks. Customers love our recently added Renaissance Dagger that comes with a beautifully embossed sheath. Everyone needs a bollock dagger! We started making a quality sheath for these, since we don’t love the basic sheath. If you would like an ornately decorated dagger, check out our Celtic Dagger. We have several Damascus dirks with the characteristic stripes of Damascus blades. One has an ornate rosewood handle. The grip has an ergonomic shape, and the guard features geometric metal banding. Another has an ebony wood handle with metal decoration. Lastly, our Damascus Rosewood Dirk has a spear point blade. Our affordable Knight’s Dagger has intricate scrolling filigree on the sheath. Scots make our Stag Handle Carbon Steel Dirk using a stag’s antler for the handle. They also use an antler to make our Stag Handle Damascus Steel Dirk.