[Sca-cooks] fuddle cups

Huette von Ahrens ahrenshav at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 1 19:59:23 PDT 2008

Fuddling cups are period [1470's through 1610's] from Germany.  Here is a picture of what my
apprentice made for me some years ago:


Scroll down to almost the bottom.

Here is some period German examples from The Museum of London's Ceramics Collection:





--- Stefan li Rous <StefanliRous at austin.rr.com> wrote:

> Daniel mentioned:
> <<< I was also wondering about fuddle cups which appear to be several  
> cups (3?)
> cojoined such that they must be drunk in a certain sequence to prevent a
> spill. >>>
> I had a little bit of info on puzzle jugs, and even have one of  
> Master Hroar's here at home, but not enough to create a file on them.  
> Now with the recent messages, perhaps I do. Thanks
> However, this is the first I've heard of "fuddle cups". Does anyone  
> have more info on these or references to them? Or perhaps a link to a  
> picture of one? I'm having a bit of trouble imagining how they might  
> be cojoined to make them have to be drunk in a specific sequence.  
> Does anyone know of anyone making these?
> Thanks,
>     Stefan
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