Scottish & Celtic

Our beautiful selection from this incredibly artistic time ignites the imagination and brings to life a world that was both down to earth and inspiring in its spirit. Let our incredible selection take you back in time where women danced like faeries, druids reigned and William Wallace fought for freedom.

Scottish & Celtic Swords

Historically, the claymore and the basket-hilted broadsword are the two most celebrated Scottish and Celtic swords. The claymore was a big medieval sword that was used well into the Renaissance period; it was most effective when wielded with two hands. The basket-hilted broadsword was used from the 16th century onwards. This sword was lighter and more versatile in battle; its importance to the clans was underlined when firearms entered the fray and made armor and the claymore somewhat ineffective. Basket-hilted broadswords were essential for the clansmen and one of their favorite fighting styles was a broadsword in one hand and shield (targe) on the other. Later on, the Scottish military was issued with a similar sword called the backsword, as only one side of the blade was sharpened.

Museum Replicas offers a broad range of Scottish and Celtic weapons including claymores, basket-hilted swords, and short swords. Two of the blades in this excellent selection are inspired by iconic figures in Scottish history – William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. All weapons are crafted of top-grade material by the finest craftsmen in the field. The details are exquisite and on point and the swords do justice to Scotland’s glorious past. Browse through our collection, pick one (or more) of these classics and let loose the Highlander in you! .

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Scottish & Celtic Knives and Daggers

Of all Scottish and Celtic knives and daggers, the most popular was the Highland dirk. This long, multipurpose knife was used for skinning and cutting through animal bone and was also a great close-combat weapon. The preferred technique was to hold the dirk with the point facing downwards. Following the uprising in 1745, many broadswords were turned into dirks.

Other popular Scottish and Celtic daggers included the smaller sgian-dubh. This single-edged knife was meant for preparing food and useful for self-defense. It was kept in a holster near the armpit or up a sleeve. “Dubh” is the Gaelic term for black and so it is no surprise that the scabbard and handle were typically fashioned from dark-colored leather or wood. Due to its size, the sgian-dubh became popular in Scotland in the 18th century when carrying weapons was prohibited in the country. After the ban was lifted, these knives were worn openly in the stocking.

Museum Replicas carries a wide selection of dirks and dubhs that are as good as any you’ll find. Each knife is made from high-quality material and with beautiful detail. These items can augment any knife collection and if you are seeking the perfect companion piece to complete your Scottish ensemble, you have come to the right place.

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Scottish and Celtic Costumes

From Scottish kilts to dresses for that bonnie lass, all can be found at

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Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Damascus Sgian Dubh

Bought it as a gift for a cousin who plays bagpipes professionally. He's extremely pleased with this new addition to his performance outfit. Says it even comes in handy for cutting reeds.
Reviewed by: Sean, June 27, 2017

Review of: Festival Shirt

Very nice. I bought the wine colored one and I was very impressed! The fit was good and it looked great!!
Reviewed by: Donald, May 22, 2017

Review of: Hero's Warsword

Fucking sweet sword bro
Reviewed by: Colby, May 12, 2017

Review of: Country Maid Skirt w/ Bodice Overdress

Item is very nice, heavy and sturdy fabric. I am a bit concerned about about the fabric on a hot day as it is thick, but I love the look of it. I got the chemise also and it's very authentic looking other than the neck string, which I will probably replace with something closer to period.
Reviewed by: Sally, February 13, 2017

Review of: Sword of Robert the Bruce

I bought this sword as the deal of the day so the price was fantastic!  The sword itself is fairly nice for the price and has a good feel in the hand.  I wish it was peened but so far I have had zero problems.  
Reviewed by: James, February 10, 2017

Review of: Scotsman Shirt

I just bought 2 more of these to add to the one I already own. Sizes run big, but it is great for hot sunny summer days at a renaissance festival. I am a blacksmith that works at festivals and I swear by this shirt to wear all day comfortably in the hot sun without the sun burn. I highly recommend.
Reviewed by: landrew, January 25, 2017

Review of: Brown Sporran w/ Braided Tassels

Looks great!!
Reviewed by: Donald, January 23, 2017

Review of: Scottish Plaid Skirt

Looks great and fits good!!
Reviewed by: Donald, January 23, 2017

Review of: Muslin Underdress

Very satisfied with the look and fit of the Muslim underdress.
Reviewed by: Donald, January 23, 2017

Review of: Early Scottish Dirk

A superb offering. Well balanced, great looking, and very sturdy for a good price. My favorite Museum Replicas purchase so far.
Reviewed by: M, November 23, 2016