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Auld Lang Syne Quaich

Auld Lang Syne Quaich

This polished pewter quaich is inscribed with the immortal words: "And We'll Tak A Cup O' Kindness Yet, For Auld Lang Syne" (We will take a cup of kindness yet, for times gone by). The centre of this quaich is decorated with an intricate Celtic triskele design and Celtic spiral handles complete this stylish piece.

Auld Lang Syne was popularised by Robert Burns and is traditionally sung at Hogmanay (New Years Eve) and at the conclusion of social events. The song is an expression of friendship, which remembers times gone past, whilst looking to the future with hope. Select the following link for the full song: Auld Lang Syne

The shallow Auld Lang Syne quaich is an ideal toasting vessel and would make a perfect gift for friends and for those that are important to us.

Supplied in a satin lined gift box.

Made in Scotland from high quality heavy gauge pewter.

Size: Including lugs 13.0 cm (5.1″). Bowl diameter 9.0 cm (3.5″). Height 2.1 cm (0.8″).

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Reviewed by C. Irving from Glendale. California

I've just received the Auld lang syne quaich and the Irvine scarf and wanted to let you know how happy I am. The quaich is beautiful. Great craftsmanship. I am sure my husband will love it when he opens it at Christmas. We will proudly display it in our home.

November 2009

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