The Spur has been the Trademark of Edwin Blyde & Co. Ltd for some 130 years when one of the Blyde family joined the Company straight from a Cavalry Division of the British Army. The company's history can be traced back as far as the 18th century.
Derived from the Scottish Gaelic word "cuach" (meaning "cup"), the quaich is still given as a cup of friendship today.
Originally hand-crafted in wood, then later in a variety of metals, the form has remained unchanged in centuries.
An ideal gift for weddings, christenings or a perfect reminder of Scotland for those who are leaving, this pewter quaich has a celtic band surrounding the the bowl and celtic design handles.
- Size : Approx 2.75"/7cm bowl diameter (approx 5"/13cm tip to tip, handle to handle)
- Material : Pewter
Please note all items will need to be signed for at the point of delivery. If your order is returned because the postal service or courier were for whatever reason unable to deliver, you will responsible for all return and repeat delivery charges. If someone without authority signs for the purchase at the address you have given us, it will not be the responsibility of T. B. Mitchell.