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St. Patrick's Day Sale

Stock up these leprechaun-approved items from Museum Replicas. From costumes and accessories to tableware and décor items, there's no need to travel to Ireland to get the best deals. We've got everything you need, right here! Save 15% off, no coupon code needed! From now through midnight Sunday, March 17th, save on select items. Sale applies only on selected items.

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Bonny Scottish Dirk

#400806
This dirk features a 1055 high carbon steel blade with a 5" false edge, and etchings of traditional Scottish foliage & thistle motifs on both sides, and a knurled pattern on the backside. Carved black wooden handle with nickel silver tacks. Leather-covered wooden sheath with metal throat and tip. Overall length 17-1/2 inches.
$109.95

Celtic Chemise

#100508
This comfortably fitting poly-cotton chemise with long sleeves and ties at the shoulders is perfect as an undergarment or home wear.
$88.95

Celtic Chemise for Children

#100798
This chemise is made of a soft white cotton blend and sports extra long sleeves, adjustable by a drawstring and tying them at the shoulder. Hand wash only.
$63.95

Celtic Cross Leather Keychain Journal

#804733
This miniature journal is hand-crafted of embossed leather and features 66 pages of parchment. Chain and key ring included. 2" X 1-3/4" X 1".
$9.95

Celtic Cross Pendant

#201079
This pendant has a lovely Celtic cross which features a two-tone silver finish and a faceted faux ruby in the center. Adjustable neck thong included. Measures 1-1/2" x 1".
$19.95

Celtic Cross Pewter Pendant

#201611
Our pewter cross pendant is antiqued to bring out all of the Celtic knot work which is intricately inlaid on its face.
$29.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Early Scottish Dirk

I received this as a gift and covered the scabbard's black leather with white hair-on calfskin to match a dress sporran.  There are many styles of dirk.  This style is based upon those which were made from the broken tips of swords: a basket-hilt claymore in this case (in our minds), the ID made obvious by the pattern of almost fullers on the blade.  This is a mini short sword... particularly heavy, and with none of the stiletto-like delicacy of a typical ballock knife.  You'd feel confident going up against an angry pit bull with this--- not so a ballock knife.
Reviewed by: Daniel C, March 14, 2019

Review of: Late Scottish Broadsword

This is a magnificent sword! The basket is large enough to fit my middle size hands when wearing a gauntlet. The basket is also fabulously detailed. Depending on how you count them, there are 30 odd welds in it. Balance is 5" above the basket as it should be and is intended to support cutting rather than thrusting. The etching and engraving are tops!
Reviewed by: Max, February 13, 2019

Review of: Celtic Weave Necklace

This Celtic wire-woven torc really impressed my wife. I got her the bracelet that matches it. Anytime I can get a "Wow!" out of her. I call that a win.
Reviewed by: Erik, January 25, 2019

Review of: Celtic Weave Bracelet

I got this, and the matching neck torc, for my wife last Christmas. She loves them. Looks great with her Celtic, or Nordic, outfits and can be worn as modern jewelry as well. The simple, elegant design suits any era.
Reviewed by: Erik, January 25, 2019

Review of: Scottish Lion Flag

Awesome! My tam is off to ye Scottland!
Reviewed by: eric, January 24, 2019

Review of: Early Scottish Dirk

I got this dirk not knowing what to expect, i've used it at reenactments and have had many compliments on it. it has stood up over the years and still looks great, well worth the money!
Reviewed by: John, January 23, 2019

Review of: Primitive Scottish Dirk

Fit and finish of the Dirk are high quality. The well polished shows no metal imperfections to finish. Blood groove is well defined in depth of blade. Sharping service produced a nice even very sharp edge which requires your undivided attention while handling. Scabbard fit is tight so removal requires a firm pull. There is no slip when dirk I’m in place. The leather is thick, well formed, and firm to retain shape. I sprayed leather dressing inside to prevent the oiled blade from picking up very tiny pieces of leather from the internal unfinished leather of the sheath. The metal tip and collar are well attached with a nice brush polished finish. I am very pleased with this purchase and now will order the more expensive Scottish basket claymore based on the quality of workmanship
Reviewed by: Bill, January 14, 2019

Review of: Early Scottish Dirk

A birthday gift for my father,  who has started collecting Scottish arms and armor after being stationed at RAF Edzell!

This dagger exceeded my expectations. It arrived early,  and I set about putting an edge on the thick blade. It is very good steel, took me about 4 hours!  If you want it sharpened,  I advise ordering the sharpening service! Museum replicas does an outstanding job having ordered sharpening on other blades.

The carved wood handle is beautiful. I properly oiled it before presenting the gift,  and it looked great.

A very strong sturdy dagger any highlander would be proud to carry with their targe in hand!

This Dirk is big and well balanced, almost a short sword. Nice triple fuller design,  thick spine. A tough,  stabbing weapon in application,  and a work of art to display. Easily 5 stars,  I want one myself!
Reviewed by: Jonathan, January 06, 2019

Review of: Celtic Chemise

Absolutely beautiful . The drawstring sleeves are very clever. Pamper your ladylove. Bought with the Fair Maiden overdress for my wife. She loved it, and impressed all at our annual barbarian party.
Reviewed by: Gregory, December 27, 2018

Review of: Fair Maiden's Overdress

Nice quality garment that drew many compliments for my Lady.
Reviewed by: Gregory, December 27, 2018