A 19th century Scottish Quaich of simple design, having two lug handles and has a pleasing colour. These were Scottish drinking vessels often used for celebrations. This one has a rounded base.
A Scottish quaich is a shallow curved circular bowl with two handles made from one piece of wood, this example has a round bottom. These quaich were used for drinking spirits and the small ones would have been for individual use, larger ones would have been passed round and were for ceremonial use.
It measures 3cm (1 1/8") high and is 9.3cm (3 5/8") wide at the lugs.