The quaich, Scotland’s cup of friendship, has been used through the centuries to offer a welcoming drink at clan gatherings, and other family occasions, and to friends and visitors.
“Quaich” is a Scots rendering of the Gaelic word “cuach”, meaning cup. The two-handed design of this drinking vessel incorporates trust, on the part of both giver and receiver.
This beautiful pewter Quaich features a plain highly polished bowl which contrasts with the ornate Celtic banding around the circumference of the bowl, and is then added to by two Scottish thistle style handles. Size: 15cm wide, 5cm tall.
Quaichs come complete with a colour leaflet explaining the history of the Quaich.