quaich

17th, 18thand 19th-century Scottish drinking vessel, usually made of silver in the form of a shallow bowl with two flat handles. Medieval examples were often made from wooden staves, and some silver vessels were decorated to simulate this effect. Small quaiches were for individual use; larger, ornate varieties were passed around at ceremonies, as w …...

quaich

Scottish Highland drinking cup, made with a wide, shallow bowl and two or three handles projecting from the upper lip. It often has a circular foot. Medieval versions were in wood, engraved with a...
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Quaich

• (n.) A small shallow cup or drinking vessel.
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quaich

It has a special place in the heart of all who know something of its history and is a prized possession of many people who have an association with Scotland. It is always remembered in its traditional use as a visitor's welcome or farewell cup by proud clan chiefs, worthy merchants or humble crofters.
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Quaich

Two-handled Celtic drinking vessel.
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Quaich

A two-handled Celtic-drinking vessel. The name derives from the Gaelic `cuach'
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Quaich

Traditional two handed Celtic drinking vessel of Scotland. It is an open squat cup that can come in various sizes often used for communal drinking.
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Quaich

a shallow, pronounced two-handled dish on low foot. Of Scottish origin, 17th-18th century.
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