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IFAD11452 English Pewter Company

3.5" Congratulations Quaich Bowl Pewter

by English Pewter Company
£31.49£40.99
31.49
  • A wonderfully thoughtful and original choice for a wedding gift, this high class pewter Quaich Bowl will really show the happy couple how much they mean to thanks to its beautiful appearance and high standard of craftsmanship. The 3.5 inch 'Congratulations on your wedding Quaich' is a highly polished pewter Quaich bowl that also features two wonderful Celtic style handles and an attractive pewter band around the circumference on which the text 'Congratulations on your Wedding' appears. All of our Quaich come complete with a colour leaflet explaining the history of the Quaich which reads; 'The Highland Quaich. Traditionally the "Quaich" which originated in the Scottish highlands was used both for a "Cup of Welcome" and also when offering a farewell drink. The Quaich was originally made from the primitive "staved" wood, then later from horn or leather, eventually pewter and silver becoming popular as it became the favourite drinking cup throughout Scotland. Being derived from the Gaelic word "cuach" meaning "shallow cup" the distinctive design has remained unchanged over the centuries - a shallow drinking bowl with 2 handles, colloquially known as "lugs". Supplied beautifully packaged in a chic cream and black presentation box, this truly is an elegant and impressive wedding gift.
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Description

  • HCODE

    IFAD11452

  • MPN

    WD255-Q

  • MANUFACTURER

    English Pewter Company

  • EAN CODE

    5060400647125

  • CONDITION

    New

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