These unique pewter quaichs come with clear glass bottoms.  One has solid celtic handles, the other pierced celtic handles.

The pewter and glass quaichs draw their inspiration from the quaich which was carried by Bonnie Prince Charlie when he travelled with the Scottish army from Edinburgh to Derby in 1745. Legend has it that the bottom of such quaichs was made of clear glass, so that the drinker could keep a wary eye on his drinking companions!

Both of the models of pewter and glass quaich are suitable for engraving on the outside of the bowl.

Engraving adds the personal touch to a distinctive gift or award.

You can find out more about engraving here

An engraved gift is one which stands the test of time.  The quaich takes its place as one of the owner’s most prized possessions.