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Trinity Knot Pewter Quaich Bowl

Trinity Knot Pewter Quaich Bowl

$69.98
You don’t have to pronounce it to love it. Just say “Quay” without a lot of “ay” on the end, and a Scot will understand you’re talking about the ancient Highland two-handled drinking cup that became popular in Edinburgh and Glasgow at the end of the 17th century. Traditionally made of wood, it becomes a treasured gift or prize when hand-cast in an antique bronze mold, hand-polished and hallmarked. Graceful Celtic trinity knot handles add the finishing touch. From the company of an old English family who have been making pewter since 1779 for palaces, stately homes and cathedrals. A future heirloom for your family or a cherished friend. Lead-free, non-toxic pewter. 4 oz. capacity. 4" diameter; 6 1/2 "w with handles. Gift box.
SKU: 19509
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You don’t have to pronounce it to love it. Just say “Quay” without a lot of “ay” on the end, and a Scot will understand you’re talking about the ancient Highland two-handled drinking cup that became popular in Edinburgh and Glasgow at the end of the 17th century. Traditionally made of wood, it becomes a treasured gift or prize when hand-cast in an antique bronze mold, hand-polished and hallmarked. Graceful Celtic trinity knot handles add the finishing touch. From the company of an old English family who have been making pewter since 1779 for palaces, stately homes and cathedrals. A future heirloom for your family or a cherished friend. Lead-free, non-toxic pewter. 4 oz. capacity. 4" diameter; 6 1/2 "w with handles. Gift box.. You don’t have to pronounce it to love it. Just say “Quay” without a lot of “ay” on the end, and a Scot will understand you’re talking about the ancient Highland two-handled drinking cup that became popular in Edinburgh and Glasgow at the end of the 17th century. Traditionally made of wood, it becomes a treasured gift or prize when hand-cast in an antique bronze mold, hand-polished and hallmarked. Graceful Celtic trinity knot handles add the finishing touch. From the company of an old English family who have been making pewter since 1779 for palaces, stately homes and cathedrals. A future heirloom for your family or a cherished friend. Lead-free, non-toxic pewter. 4 oz. capacity. 4" diameter; 6 1/2 "w with handles. Gift box.
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Material: Lead-free, non-toxic pewter.
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