1903 Antique Robert Stewart Glasgow Scottish Silver Whisky Quaich
Wonderful Edwardian whisky quaich in Glasgow hallmarked silver with stylised thistle handles. Perfect to enjoy your favourite Single Malt.
Crafted by Robert Stewart – Glasgow silversmith and hallmarked 1903.
Robert Stewart name is famous for being appointed silversmith to Queen Victoria.
Established in 1832. They appear to have entered their first mark with the Glasgow Assay Office in 1842. The last noted directors of the business were R.V. Stewart & J. Hedley Stewart in 1934. The business appears to have closed in 1935. R. Stewart Limited had earlier incorporated the business of James Weir Limited.
Robert Stewart Jewellery & Silversmith 75 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow. Subsequently 64-66, Buchanan Street, Glasgow
Approx. 8 cm across
A quaich archaically quaigh or quoich, is a special kind of shallow two-handled drinking cup or bowl in Scotland. It derives from the Scottish Gaelic cuach meaning a cup.
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A quaich is a shallow two-handled drinking cup or bowl from Scotland. It derives from the Scottish Gaelic cuach meaning a cup.
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