'100,000 Welcomes' Pewter Quaich - Made in Scotland
An ideal gift from Scotland, this traditional pewter toasting quaich features the Gaelic phase: 'Ceud Mille Failte' and it's translation of: 'a hundred thousand welcomes'. This is surrounded by an intricate celtic design.
The perfect quaich for any special occasion, the Celtic carvings make it an ideal gift idea for friends and family with Celtic connections as well as the perfect quaich for toasting those special occasions!
Measures 13cm (handle to handle)
Comes in a Pewtermill Gift box.
WHAT IS A QUAICH?
The word ‘Quaich’ comes from the Gaelic word ‘cuach’ meaning cup. It is a traditional Scottish shallow drinking cup with two handles on opposite sides that was originally carved out of wood, although this later progressed to silver, brass or pewter.
At weddings the Quaich is seen as a symbol of the shared love between the wedding couple and in christenings it is used to drink to the health of the newborn. This friendly cup is also often present at traditional events such as Burns Suppers.
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