Scotia Metalwork
The work of J. Michael McRae
About Scotia Metalwork

Specializing in Scottish weaponry for over twenty years, I strive for the look and feel of those edged weapons of, primarily, the Jacobite years (1680 -1746). A broadsword should feel like an extension of the arm. The dirk should nearly have a life of it's own.

All the knives you will see on this site start life in the fire, like the one in the picture to the right. Forged, ground, sanded, heat treated and finished in-house. Traditional handle carvings, too.

Steels of choice are 5160, 1080, and 15N20. All of our Damascus steel is made in-house, as well.

Although I try to have knives for immediate sale, that doesn't always happen. But of course custom orders are always welcome.
Scotia Metalwork
Historically Accurate
Ancient Scottish Weapons
Scotia Metalwork
Historically Accurate
Ancient Scottish Weapons






Scotia Metalwork
The work of J. Michael McRae
Scotia Metalwork
Historically Accurate
Ancient Scottish Weapons
Scotia Metalwork
Historically Accurate
Ancient Scottish Weapons