- Moustache cup
The moustache cup is a drinking cup with a semi-circular ledge inside. The ledge has a semi-circular opening to allow the passage of liquids and serves as a guard to keep moustaches dry. It is generally acknowledged to have been invented in the 1860s by British potter Harvey Adams (born 1835).
- ^ Joyce, James (1934). Ulysses. Modern Library. pp. 694.
- Biographical information on Adams
- eBay guide to Moustache cups--some examples shown
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