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The quaich (pronounced quake from the Gaelic word cuach) 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.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Wedding vow quaich to love, guide and protect – A medium pewter wedding...
Fancy a Tipple from this St. Justin Lughs Knot Quaich? PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Lughs knot quaich...
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION To have and to hold wedding quaich – Medium sized Celtic designed pewter...