Quaich cup is a two handled vessel that is an alternate idea for toasting at your Irish wedding. The interlaced eternal knot-work on the base and the handles is inspired by the Celtic belief of unending love.
Developed by the Scots, the Quaich, is traditionally used in wedding ceremonies as a symbol of friendship and unity. The accompanying eternal knot-work symbolizes the couple’s never-ending love.
Irish and Celtic wedding tradition indicates that the newly married bride and groom should take their first drink from the same cup.
Quaich is pronounced "quake."