Entry from British & World English dictionary
A small mat placed under a glass to protect the surface on which the glass is resting.
- The Tales from Burtonwood series of drip mats were circulated to pubs and bars in 1988.
- This includes a series of six witty posters, drip mats, tent cards, internal signs, backboards, branded glasses and extensive consumer promotions.
- The first wood pulp drip mat was patented in 1892 by Robert Sputh in Dresden, Germany
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