Celtic Knotwork Quaich

Celtic Knotwork Quaich

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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)

Displayed in a lined presentation box.