We’re pleased to offer a select array of Celtic-style brooches, pendants, cufflinks, quaichs, pewterware and more.


The word Quaich derives from the Gaelic ‘cuach’ meaning ‘shallow cup’ and is pronounced qwaich with a ‘ch’ sound, as in ‘loch’. One of the traditions of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and around the diaspora is that important toasts are shared with this doubled-handled cup.

Nowadays, the quaich makes a unique gift item, a loving cup, given as a token of friendship, a wedding favour or as a display piece. Commonly, around the world, the Scots quaich is used to raise a toast at special occasions such as weddings, Burns Night, christenings, club reunions and family celebrations.


Celtic Jewellery

Staghorn carries a wide range of HEATHERGEM™ pendants and brooches, as well as a small range of sterling silver Celtic rings. However, if you want something extra special, we can happily connect you to a first class, local gold and silversmith – known for producing magical Celtic and other jewellery at very reasonable prices.