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DESCRIPTION Larger silver quaich with a presentation inscription. A quaich is a Scottish drinking vessel and these larger ones were intended to the passed around. The small examples are for personal use. The shaped lug handles enabled the item to be tied to a cord hung from your belt as the kilt is not famous for pockets. From the nature of the inscription this one appears to have been presented as a porringer or child's bowl.
SILVERSMITH Martin Hall & Co
DATE or HALLMARK 1923
ASSAY OFFICE Sheffield
WEIGHT in GRAMS 210
LENGTH in INCHES inc. handles 7 +
SILVER STANDARD .925 sterling silver
OVERALL CONDITION excellent
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