Solid pewter quaich that has been handmade in Scotland. The quaich is in the Luckenbooth design and has the 17th Century Luckenbooth inscription Of earthly joys thou art my choice written around it with two intertwining hearts in the centre of the bowl. The bowl of the quaich measures apporximately 8.5cm in diameter and 2.0cm high.
Delightful solid pewter photograph frame that is handmade in Scotland. The frame is beautifully designed and is oval in shape and measures approximately 10cm high by 7.5cm wide. The image shown is for Tuesday's Child but , as indicated below, there is a choice of seven frames - one for each day of the week with the expressions written upon the frames being taken from the following rhyme.
Monday's Child is fair of face. Tuesday's Child is full of grace. Wednesday's Child. Thursday's Child has far to go. Friday's Child is loving and giving. Saturday's Child works hard for a living. Sunday's Child is bonny and blithe and good and gay.
Please note that this item is made to order and is normally despatched within 7 - 10 days.
Solid pewter photograph frame that has been handcrafted in Scotland. The frame is a rose and box design in the style of Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh who was the wife of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and it opens at the back to hold a photograph measuring approximately 8 inches by 6 inches although the visible size of the photograph through the glass will be less. The photograph frame is supplied in a box.
Please note that, if required, more detailed information on sizes of frames in stock is available prior to ordering.