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Lion of Scotland Quaich

The instantly recognisable Lion Rampant is a properly Scottish motif and a fitting engraving for this great traditional cup.
Dimensions Diameter 90mm x Height 45mm
Material Pewter
Emblem Lion Rampant
  • Quality solid pewter
  • Optional Presentation Box
  • Handmade in Scotland

A traditional Highland cup, used by chiefs to both welcome and bid farewell to their guests, this quaich is beautiful and traditional. The word quaich comes from the Gaelic for "cup" and is traditionally used to serve whisky or brandy. Sir Walter Scott was famous for dispensing wee drams to his guests in silver inlaid quaichs.

Whether you plan to welcome guests to your home with a bit of warming whisky, or even if you just appreciate the fine traditionalism, this elegant and patriotic cup is a superb addition to any home.

Quaichs make very beautiful and unusual gifts and nothing makes a gift so why not add a satin lined presentation box too?


Tradition of the Quaich

quiach /kwex/ pronounced: kw-ay-ch
derived from Gaelic cuach 'cup'

It is hard to guess from its appearance exactly what a quaich is. Indeed, you'd be forgiven for thinking that it was a small decorative bowl with little other purpose, beyond being aesthetically pleasing. In fact, the quaich has a much more interesting beginning than that of a posh ornament.

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Further Reading: Tradition of the Quaich

About Quaich Company

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The Quaich Company take pride in producing the most comprehensive range of quaichs and exclusive Scottish giftware available, in pewter, wood, silver plate and hallmarked sterling silver. Each quaich is spun and polished by highly skilled craftsmen before going through a quality control procedure.

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Dimensions Diameter 90mm x Height 45mm
Material Pewter
Emblem Lion Rampant
  • Quality solid pewter
  • Optional Presentation Box
  • Handmade in Scotland

A traditional Highland cup, used by chiefs to both welcome and bid farewell to their guests, this quaich is beautiful and traditional. The word quaich comes from the Gaelic for "cup" and is traditionally used to serve whisky or brandy. Sir Walter Scott was famous for dispensing wee drams to his guests in silver inlaid quaichs.

Whether you plan to welcome guests to your home with a bit of warming whisky, or even if you just appreciate the fine traditionalism, this elegant and patriotic cup is a superb addition to any home.

Quaichs make very beautiful and unusual gifts and nothing makes a gift so why not add a satin lined presentation box too?


Tradition of the Quaich

quiach /kwex/ pronounced: kw-ay-ch
derived from Gaelic cuach 'cup'

It is hard to guess from its appearance exactly what a quaich is. Indeed, you'd be forgiven for thinking that it was a small decorative bowl with little other purpose, beyond being aesthetically pleasing. In fact, the quaich has a much more interesting beginning than that of a posh ornament.

Read full article

Further Reading: Tradition of the Quaich

About Quaich Company

Quaich Company logo

The Quaich Company take pride in producing the most comprehensive range of quaichs and exclusive Scottish giftware available, in pewter, wood, silver plate and hallmarked sterling silver. Each quaich is spun and polished by highly skilled craftsmen before going through a quality control procedure.

View all Quaich Company products (32)

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