British & Scottish Dirks & Fighting Knives

  • Scottish Highland Dirk. Silver mounted with the mounts having intertwining runic patterns. The blade has a clipped point and has an intricate worked back. The overall length is 16¾”. The dirk, side knife and fork are hilted with staghorn. No doubt a salute to the old Highland Gaels of the 16th and 17th centuries when the Highlanders fought with long dirks mounted with stag such as this example. The silver mounts bear the touch marks on the throat or top mount. Very fine dirk of the late 19th century.

    Scottish Highland Dirk (K1877)

    $3,450.00

    Scottish Highland Dirk. Silver mounted with the mounts having intertwining runic patterns. The blade has a clipped point and has an intricate worked back. The overall length is 16¾”. The dirk, side knife and...

  • Scottish Highland Dirk. Late 19th century. Silver mounts with silversmith touch marks and the cypher “M & C” for Mackay and Chisholm of Edinburgh. Blade length is 11”. Overall length is 18”. Hilt and knife / fork are in a woven rope motif. All cut crystal stoned have no chips. Leather has some light crazing. Overall a very handsome Scottish Dirk.

    Scottish Highland Dirk (K1876)

    $2,450.00

    Scottish Highland Dirk. Late 19th century. Silver mounts with silversmith touch marks and the cypher “M & C” for Mackay and Chisholm of Edinburgh. Blade length is 11”. Overall length is 18”. Hilt...

  • Scottish Dirk by Wilson & Sharp.
Made by Wilson and Sharp of Edinburg. Records show them in Edinburg in 1895. Silver mounts are marked with the “W & S” mark as well as city marking. The blade has a worked back and measures 10½”. Overall length is 17”. The hilt side, knife and fork are woven rope design. Silver parts depict intertwining geometric motifs in Gaelic manner. Leather is excellent. Beautiful Dirk in excellent condition.

    Scottish Dirk by Wilson & Sharp (K1875)

    $3,250.00

    Scottish Dirk by Wilson & Sharp. Made by Wilson and Sharp of Edinburg. Records show them in Edinburg in 1895. Silver mounts are marked with the “W & S” mark as well as city marking. The blade has a worked...