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Omar Ramsden Quaich, 1932

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£1,495.00
Quaich - Planished - London 1932 by Omar Ramsden - 15.8cm wide; 9.6cm diameter; 5.8cm high; 187g - NW/4207

Omar Ramsden Quaich, 1932






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This is a beautifully proportioned quaich made from the most important 20th century English silversmithing workshop and bearing the engraved trademark legend "Omar Ramsden Me Fecit" to the underside. In traditional Arts & Crafts style, this quaich retains the original spot hammer planishing marks around the body and has two hollow and ergonomically pleasing handles. It is in excellent condition throughout.

 

A quaich is an ancient Scottish drinking vessel with two handles traditionally used to drink whisky. They became a popular alternative to the child's mug given at Christenings.

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