Traditional Scottish Pewter Robert Burns & Rennie Mackintosh Toasting Quaich
Solid polished pewter toasting quaich that has been handcrafted in Scotland.
An ideal wedding gift from Scotland the centre of this quaich features the outline of a romantic couple inspired by the style and designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scotland's renowed architect and designer.
Intricately finished 'Glasgow style' handles complete this wonderful piece.
This beautiful pewter Scottish Love quaich has at its centre the words penned by Robert Burns, "And I Will Love Thee Still, My Dear, Till A' the seas gang dry" (And I will love you still, my dear, until all the seas go dry) from the romantic verse "A Red, Red Rose".
This romantic quaich makes an exquisite gift or love token which is ideal for engagements, weddings, anniversaries, Valentine's day and more.
Please note: due to the handmade nature of these quaichs, the appearance may have a slightly less polished finish/edges
Supplied in a satin lined presentation box with a story card telling the history of the quaich and the celtic design.
Traditionally crafted lead free pewter quaich made in Ayrshire, Scotland by one of the last remaining Scottish pewter mills.
Quaich measures 13cm from handle to handle and the bowl of the quaich is approximately 3.5 inches in diameter.
Traditionally offered as a cup of welcome or farewell the word quaich derives from the Gaelic "Cuach" which means "shallow cup".
This simple cup comes with two handles or colloquially "Lugs" was originally made from wood, horn or leather and later pewter and silver.
This highland greeting cup is now gaining popularity for toasting many happy occasions.