What do Clark Gable, Albert Einstein, Tom Selleck, Freddie Mercury, Burt Reynolds, Salvator Dali, Charlie Chaplin, Errol Flynn, Oil Can Harry, Yosemite Sam (and your Great Aunt Pearl) have in common?
That's right--the MUSTACHE! No matter how you spell or pronounce it, upper lip decoration has been around since nearly the beginning of time--and has given men something to twirl while having grand thoughts, mild dilemmas, dastardly plots or a debonair fashion sense.
So, I happily present to you my tribute to the "Stache": Not Your Father's Mustache...RING! (and hopefully not your mother's , either:) Substantial, beautifully detailed and oxidized--Satin, Vintage Finish, with intricately ridged band. Spans across 3 fingers.
Whimsical, but sophisticated--with a definitive rock and roll edge. A portion of profit from each sale is going to The American Cancer Society.
Hand Made in the USA. Hand-Signed. Specially presented. Sterling Silver Mustache Ring. Mustache itself is 3" (in span) x 3/4"--and measures approximately 1" from top of mustache to bottom of band.
A few fun facts about the mustache:
1. The oldest recorded mustache dates back to at around 300 B.C. 2. A fancy way to say shaving is pogonotomy. 3. In a deck of cards the King of Hearts is the only king without a mustache. 4. During the Victorian era, noblemen used mustache spoons to protect their mustaches when eating soup. It was made with a guard on its rim that acted as a barrier between mustache and soup.