This exclusive glass bottom quaich draws its inspiration from one of Scotland most romantic historical figures. In 1745 Bonnie Prince Charlie's quaich travelled from Edinburgh to Derby. Its bottom was made of glass so the drinker could keep watch on his companions.
Now used as a Wedding Quaich the same beautiful design means you may never have to take your eyes of your beloved!
Available in three different sizes with Celtic Design Handles.
All our Quaichs are presented in gift boxes.
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 The Quaich was originally made from the primitive "staved" wood, then later from horn or leather, eventually pewter and silver becoming popular as it became the favourite drinking cup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".