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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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Primitive Scottish Dirk

#402352
This version of an early Scottish dirk sports a flexible, well-tempered 1055 high carbon steel blade. Solid hardwood grip with steel parts. Scabbard included. Overall length 19-3/4 inches.
$94.95

Early Scottish Dirk

#400508
This replica of an early dirk features a 1055 high carbon steel blade. Hardwood handle carved with a chevron style pattern copied from an original of circa 1550. Scabbard included. Overall length 21 inches.
$114.95

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.
$119.95

Pewter Celtic Knot Bracelet

#200692
This bracelet, made of pewter, is antiqued. Slightly adjustable. Measures 1-1/4” wide and 6-1/4” around.
$13.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Damascus Dirk

Why in heck isnt this sold as a sharpened optional blade?
Reviewed by: Ronald, November 07, 2020

Review of: Late Scottish Broadsword

I saw a photo of the sword was copied from.  It was in the National Museum of Antiquities in Scotland and the sword was dated circa 1570.   The Windlass reproduction looks very much like it.  This is a HEAVY sword!  The hilt is so big I can get both of my long slender hands in it, (one on either side).  All of the pieces of the basket are very thick. The blade is well made and substantial.  The etchings on the blade are actually slightly cut into the blade, not just painted on.  I haven't cut anything yet but will once I sharpen it.  I am impressed!  If you get it you may want to check out Youtube's Matt Easton on Scholagladiatoria to learn exercises to strengthen your arm for a one handed sword.
Reviewed by: Les, January 11, 2020

Review of: Damascus Sgian Dubh Raider Knife

This is my first edged weapon from MR, so I was very excited considering the quality that I was expecting. I misread the dimensions on this, so this turned out to be much larger than I thought it would be. No complaints on the size though.

1st, the dagger. It essentially looks as it does in the photo. Since this is handmade you know to expect minor differences and I'm not disappointed. It is amazingly light to hold and even though it appears to have been sharpened, the cutting edge is rather dull, not a big deal. Sharpening a knife is rather easy. It does have a razor sharp point and easily pierced many cardboard boxes I have. I haven't tried it on anything thicker yet as I don't want to risk damaging the tip. Based on how sturdy the knife feels, I have no doubt this would pierce clothing and flesh quite well if I was forced to use it for self-defense.

2nd, the sheath. Since this is my first experience with old-world craftsmanship when it comes to medieval styled weapons, I don't have much to compare it to. The knife sits loosely in the sheath and the strap is the only thing that will hold it in place if you decide to walk around with this on your belt. Otherwise I feel this would fall out very easily. The sheath's construction seems decent, but I'm unsure at this point how well I would rate the quality since I haven't had the time to use it on a day-to-day basis.

Overall as a combo I'm giving this five stars.
Reviewed by: Erik, September 28, 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: Damascus Dirk

Beautiful piece.  Excellent balance.
Reviewed by: Cary D, August 06, 2018

Review of: Medieval Cotton Cross Over Hooded Cloak

Just got the grey cloak today! Holy cow, very good fabric! Looks like it should be in a movie. I really like the hood. Thinking of making a ranger outfit using this piece. Great work Museum Replicas!
Reviewed by: David, May 04, 2018

Review of: Green Man Leather Journal

very nice quality.good price.Makes a wonderful gift!
Reviewed by: Pamela, March 23, 2017

Review of: Scottish Plaid Skirt

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

Review of: Damascus Sgian Dubh Raider Knife

The product is beautiful and is suitable as part of the medieval clothing.
Reviewed by: Jorma, August 27, 2016

Review of: Damascus Sgian Dubh Raider Knife

This is a well crafted dagger with a beautiful Damascus blade. It's made in Pakistan.  
Reviewed by: Guest, November 07, 2014