Thought to originate in the 17th Century in the Scottish Highlands, the silver quaich was designed as a vessel for drinking whisky or bandy, and was regarded as a sign of friendship and hospitality, used to toast both the arrival and departure of guests. Made throughout the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries, they are still very popular pieces, and make excellent gifts for all occasions, or an excellent way to enjoy a good whisky.
Hallmarked In 1919
Hallmarked in Edinburgh in 1919 by Brooke and Sons, this handsome, Antique Sterling Silver Quaiche, is of traditional shape, with reed detailing around the rim. The quaiche measures 2"(5cm) tall, by 6"(15cm) wide, by 4"(10cm) deep, and weighs 5 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1935
Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1935 by Viner's Ltd., this handsome, Sterling Silver Quaich and Spoon Set, is presented in a box, and is plain in style. The quaich measures 6"(15cm) from handle to handle, by 4.25"(10.5cm) in diameter, and together the set weighs 6 troy ounces (185gm).
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Hallmarked In 1937
Hallmarked in London in 1937 by R. E. Stone and engraved to the base with his signature, this delightful, Sterling Silver Quaich & Spoon Set, has pierced decoration to the handles, a hammered finish typical of the Arts and Crafts movement, and is presented in the original box. The quaich measures 2"(5cm) tall, by 7"(18cm) from handle to handle, and the spoon measures 6"(15cm) in length. Together the set weighs 7. 5 troy ounces.
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