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The Quaich has a rich heritage in Scotland - indeed it is a uniquely Scottish invention, having no apparent connection to any other European drinking vessel.
Traditionally used in Scotland to celebrate a bond between two clans, it was also used in the 17th century to offer
welcome to travellers and is now commonly used in wedding and christening ceremonies.


Bowl/Quaich - With Handle - Medium

RB24
RB24
A bowl of Scottish origin, this is otherwise known as a Quaich they can be used for eating, drinking or decoration.  Made in UK by Abbeyhorn.

Size 235mm x 55mm




 

Full Details add to cart NZ$140.00

Bowl/Quaich - With Handle - Small

RB23
RB23

A bowl of Scottish origin, this is otherwise known as a Quaich they can be used for eating, drinking or decoration. 

Size:  200mm by 50mm

Full Details add to cart NZ$124.00

Oxhorn quaich with pewter handles

PMQ
PMQ
A truly Scottish bowl, made from ox horn and enriched with beautiful pewter handles.  Size 50mm x 185mm.
Manufactured by Abbeyhorn UK.
Full Details add to cart NZ$318.00

Quaich with Heather Gems handles

QA3H
QA3H
The Quaich (pronounced "quake", from the Gaelic word "cuach") has a rich heritage in Scotland - indeed, they are a uniquely Scottish invention, having no apparent connection to any other European drinking vessel. This traditional Scottish drinking vessel was used to offer a guest a cup of welcome and also as a farewell drink, usually a dram of whisky. Travellers were known to carry a quaich with them.
Full Details add to cart NZ$139.60
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