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Buy Your Future Athame, Ritual Knife, & Witch Dagger

We have athames for sale for every practitioner of Witchcraft, Wicca, or Paganism! Sometimes called a dagger, this ritual knife is a ceremonial tool that helps direct energy and cut energetic ties.

Athames are beautiful ritual blades that are used in numerous Pagan religions! This ritual knife traditionally has a black handle, a dull blade, and is double-bladed.

As part of the Wiccan practice and its core beliefs and practices, it is against ethical and spiritual code to cut physical things with an athame. In our metaphysical shop, you’ll find that many of our blades are dull, to align with this practice of white magic.

Athames For Sale

Earn 33 Points

Bring some royalty to your magickal circle with this beautiful Black Medieval Athame! Equipped with a long, unsharpened blade, cruciform cross guard, and black hilt wrapped in a faux leather finish, this athame appears to be a medieval sword in miniature. Cannot ship to MA or CA.  9″ blade.

Earn 35 Points

  • Perfect ritual or Renaissance festivals
  • 10" long, 5" blade
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Earn 67 Points

  • All natural, sustainably sourced bone
  • Beautifully layered Damascus steel
  • Approximately 8.5" in length, 3" blade
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Earn 67 Points

  • Hand created damascus steel
  • 8 1/2 " - 3 1/4" blade
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Out of stock
Earn 54 Points

  • Represents either Fire or Air 🔥
  • Perfect for Celtic magick practitioners 🌳
  • 9" long, 4" blade 📏
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Earn 15 Points

  • Source: Morocco
  • Spiritual Uses: Protection, peace, spiritual connection ⚪
  • Size: 6" in length 📏

Earn 54 Points

  • Great for working with the Earth element 🌳
  • Perfect gift for Witches who work with Deer 🦌
  • 7" long 📏
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Earn 86 Points

  • Forged from swords smithed in the Near East 🔥
  • Use to cast a circle or cut energy ⚪
  • 9.5" 📏

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Earn 16 Points

  • Contains a hidden Wiccan athame 🗡
  • Cast circles anywhere ✨
  • 3 1/4" pendant. 1 1/2" blade. 📏

Earn 39 Points

The Eastern Dragon Athame has an elegant appearance and is decorated with the image of a winding oriental dragon and a braided red tassel. The total athame measures 9 1/2″ in length with a 5 1/2″ blade.

Earn 91 Points

  • Beautifully engraved with Egyptian Hieroglyphics
  • Matching set of stunning athames
  • Larger dagger measures 18.5"
  • Smaller dagger measures 10"
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Earn 35 Points

  • New Orleans Witches love this athame! ⚡
  • Multiple Fleur de lis decorate this beautiful blade.
  • 11.5" in length, 7.5" blade.
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Out of stock
Earn 113 Points

  • Styled to resemble ancient spears ⚔️
  • Great for directing energy ⚡
  • 12" long 📏
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Earn 55 Points

This Goddess Athame displays a winged Goddess on its pewter sheath, which perfectly accents the scrollwork and goddess that compose the athame’s ornate hilt. The athame measures 13″ in length with an 8″ blade.

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Earn 27 Points

Add a Medieval feel to your ritual and magick with this Gothic Athame. Heavy in weight and decorated in a Gothic styling, this athame has silver inlays over a black handle. This athame measures 9.5″ in length with a 5 1/2″ blade.

Earn 24 Points

  • Spiritual Uses: Protection, connection, healing 🤍
  • How To Use: Hold with your dominant hand and direct energy out of the tip. 🗡
  • Size: 10" long 📏

What is the definition of an athame?

An athame is a dull, unsharpened ritual knife that is used as a magical tool in Wiccan and Pagan Witchcraft practices. It is used to spiritually cut and direct energy.

What does athame mean?

"Athame" is a Latin-derived word that is often seen in connection to ceremonial magic and Witchcraft.

It was first discovered in certain versions of the Key of Solomon, an ancient Renaissance grimoire, or book of shadows."

Its original word "artavus" translates to quill knife.

How do I use an athame?

Use your athame to cut the boundary between the physical and metaphysical worlds during a protective circle cast. It is also a good idea to use a dull-bladed athame during healing work; pretend to cut cords and emotional ties that are no longer serving your highest good!

When should I use a wand vs. an athame?

Many people use a wand and an athame interchangeably; it all depends on personal preference, traditional training, and which you feel belongs to the element of air. Some people use a wand when they are directing energy towards an item or goal; they also tend to use an athame to cut away energy to make space for new vibes. It's up to you!

How do I pick the athame that is right for me? I love Goddess, Dragon, AND Roman athames!

Easy! Pick which one you feel drawn to! If it's still hard to choose an athame to buy, make your decision based on what energy you're working with or what the goal of your spells are! Remember, your practice is for you; don't worry about what other people want you to do or have!