Quaich Ceremonial Bowl from Scotland

The "Quaich" originated in the Scottish Highlands and was used as a "cup of welcome" and when offering a farewell drink and now traditionally made of pewter or silver. Derived from the Gaelic word "cuach" meaning shallow cup, the design has remained unchanged over the centuries as a shallow bowl with two handles or "lugs." We usually have several styles of Quaich in stock for immediate engraving by one of our expert metal engravers. 

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