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Scottish hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII horn quaich having a stepped bottom, with silver decorated thistle handles & silver central design engraved in Scottish Gaelic 'Sguab Asi', roughly translating to 'Drink it up'. Edinburgh,
An early 20th century silver quaich and matching paten dish, plain circular form, fine gadroon borders, the quaich with traditional shaped and pierced handles. Total weight 500gms. Diameters 135 and 19.5 cm
An Irish sterling silver quaich, 1998 Dublin, with maker's marks for probably T Weir & Sons, of elegant simple form, the bowl raised on a small flared foot rim, the twin flat shaped handles with Celtic knot decorations upon a textured ground; hallm
English hallmarked sterling silver George V quaich having an unusual pierced body & handles on a lobed base. Retailed for Edward & Sons Glasgow. Sheffield, 1927, maker Wilson & Sharp. Condition good, some tarnishing. Length 26.5 cm. Weight 335g
A Victorian Scottish silver quaich presented to Lord Hope, 1887, Possibly J.Crichton & Co, Edinburgh 1887, Of conventional form, with engraved stylised wave decoration and a presentation inscription reading 'Presented to Lord Hope by the ladies of the tena
A sterling silver quaich, wakely and Wheeler, London. 1931/2, semi spherical bowl with two plain shaped handles resting on a circular foot. Retailed by A. and J. Smith, Aberdeen, weight 244gr. Height 5.5 cm. Diameter of bowl 12.5 cm
A Victorian Scottish silver mounted and ivory quaich, maker's mark JK, Edinburgh 1839, the ivory body with cast vine leaf rim and side handles, centre medallion engraved with a coat of arms and the base with engraved inscription 'Present to Kenneth J. Mack
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