COVID UPDATE - The shop will not be opening in the new 3.2 Level. However Kilt fitting appointments can be made. We are still sending out orders daily please be aware NZ Post has delays of up to a week. Contactless pick up is now available.
The celts used knotwork to decorate many of their artifacts. The intricate patterns woven into knots developed during the 5th to 7th centuries CE.
The endless knot designs were a continuous thread that symbolised the continuity of life.
Originating from Scotland, the quaich is an ancient vessel or cup, traditionally used to celebrate a bond between two clans. It was used in the 17th century to offer welcome to travellers and is now commonly used in wedding and christening ceremonies.
7 cm diameter (bowl)
13 cm (with lugs)
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