Standard Pewter Quaich
Standard Pewter Quaich

Standard Pewter Quaich

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  • Traditional Scottish Quaich
  • Bowl Measures 3.5″ in Diameter
  • Including Handles: Measures 5 7/8″ Wide
  • Measures 1.75″ High
  • Used to Offer Guests a Cup of Welcome
  • Also to Bid Them a Fond Farewell

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Standard Pewter Quaich

Most Often used today for wedding toasts and other special occasions, the quaich has a rich heritage in Scotland. It has traditionally been used to offer guests a cup of welcome, and then to bid a fond farewell.

Made in Scotland from the finest pewter. Highly polished with Celtic knot handles.

Bowl measures 3 1/2″ diameter. Including the handles measures 5 7/8″ wide, and 1 3/4″ high.

  • Traditional Scottish Quaich
  • Bowl Measures 3.5″ in Diameter
  • Including Handles: Measures 5 7/8″ Wide
  • Measures 1.75″ High
  • Used to Offer Guests a Cup of Welcome
  • Also to Bid Them a Fond Farewell

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