Goblets & Quaichs

Medieval feast goblets, Scottish Quaichs, and other drinking vessels for the Castle Decor. Fun Trivia: The Quaich (pronounced "quake", from the Gaelic word "cuach") is indeed a uniquely Scottish invention of a drinking vessel unique to any other European drinking vessel. This traditional Scottish Quaich is used to offer a guest a cup of welcome - mead, to give as a farewell drink is usually a dram of whisky and also a couple at a true marriage (not a trial one called a handfasting) would drinking mead, at a trial is red wine. Scottish Travellers were known to carry a quaich with them.