What are the measurements of adult size tea cup and tea pot? What are the measurements of adult size tea cup and tea pot in inches?? Can anyone let me know the size of a normal set`s teapot ( without lid and with lid).. and size of tea cup ( with and without saucer) , length and width...... I have looked at a few tea sets online but the measurements confuse me.. I have only mugs in the house so cant measure myself. It seems most sets when i look closely have smaller tea cups which in reality are demitasse ( esspresso coffee cups) Sorry for putting this question in the beauty section, but noone was answering in the relevant section! ok.. let me clarify.. i bought a few cups and saucers and when i received them they looked small to me.. they were about 2 and 1/4 inches in height and 3 and 1/2 inches wide at the mouth including the handle.. well.. thats when i found out that this size is called demitasse ( esspresso coffee size).. What i really wanted was normal teacups that dont make your guests think that youre assuming everyone is attending a child. dolls tea party!
I don't really understand your question, because teapots are made in all different sizes. So are teacups! Some are high and narrow, some are flatter and wide. Teapots can be tall, square, squat, round, somewhat hourglass-shaped, even shaped like an animal or a house! You can't say there is a set "adult"-size of a teapot. And are you asking for measurements of height or circumference? And why do you need to know the measurements with and without a lid? The best I can tell you is look for a teapot that's at least 8 inches tall or 8 inches wide and a teacup that's about three inches high or about 2.5 inches across if it's a short one. But if I were as confused as you seem to be, I'd go to a store to pick out the tea set. Good luck. Okay, I see your edit with the added details now. Yes, demitasse cups are widely sold, but wherever you got them from should have specified that they were demitasse cups. They should never have been sold as teacups, especially because demitasse cups aren't even for tea, they're for coffee! If you look for a tea set that includes a teapot, you should be safe from getting anything like that. BUT some teapots are small, intended for individual use or for decorative purposes more than practical use. Chinese teapots also tend to be small (that's pots intended to be used for chinese tea, not all teapots made in China). If you go to a tea site or a site that sells basic china (like Corelle), you will be able to find a plain, normal teapot and teacups. Fancier companies, like Lenox, will have fancier tea sets that are normal also. Make some good sandwiches to serve with your tea! ;)
I'm at my second year of college studying hairdressing, and I have an important competition coming up. I'm doing an Avant Garde thing on my block (means something you wouldn't see on the streets.) And I've decided to do the Mad Hatter (Tim Burton's version) I know what to do for the hair and make up. I've found a top hat for him and a crazy bow tie. But I'm going to be having him set out as if he's at a tea party. What sort of crazy accessories do I need? I'm getting some tea cups. But what else should I get? I don't care if I'm going ott or if you think I am. I get really competitive and I'm purely excited about doing the competition this year!
Get him some white gloves and a saucer.
I want a Yorkshire rose tattooed on my left hip at the back sort of above my bottom and hip bones, I want this in remembrance of my late farther, I would like it roughly the size of the circle at the bottom of a standard tea cup!
It depens where you get it done (studio, not where on the body), and how much detail you want in it. If you go to a good studio where the work is of a high standard and reasonable price, i'd say around Â£50 or Â£60.
I want to get a tattoo on my ankle that really shows me. I know what I'm getting and its only going to be about as big as the bottom of a tea cup. It's really cute but I'd like to get a general idea of how much it hurts to get a tattoo there. This is what I'm getting http://www.flickr.com/photos/27387130@N05/2555537437/
It doesn't really hurt, it's more of a sharp, annoying vibration. It did seem more intense around the bone (middle) of my ankle. Plus, as soon as they pick up the needle, you don't feel anything anymore. It's really not that bad.
Hello what have people experienced pain wise while getting a pretty small tattoo behind their ear? If it helps to know the design its a tea cup. Thanks! :) and if theres anything else i should know about that let me know.
Really I think it was my least painful tattoo, but that also could be because its my smallest by far :P (Ohm symbol). It's like an annoying buzzing right in your ear. The vibrations of the tattoo machine are just kind of...uncomfortable. Like a 2 on a scale of 1-10 pain wise. Other then that just be careful washing your hair while its healing, you don't want to hit it or scrub it :P If I recall I actually just washed my hair in the sink the first few days after getting it haha but I was just being extra careful, a normal shower shouldn't hurt it.
So one day I woke up with a pretty nasty bump by my nose ring, and a piercer told me to put tea tree oil on it 3 times a day for 2-3 weeks. I've done this for almost two weeks now, and my bump has changed, but it looks like a crusty booger. I was just wondering what else is going to happen, like with this eventually fall off? (I won't pick, I promise) I've always just heard to use the oil, but I never knew what to expect after.
Tea tree oil is a strong antibacterial and the last solution for piercing bumps if sea salt soaks or chamomile soaks did not work. You should use just a tiny bid with a q-tip no more than 2 times a day. It can burn the bump, the skin also and leave a nasty scar there for ever. Use wisely and if you see any skin color change stop using it. 3 weeks of using tea tree oil is way too much. There are too bumps when it comes to piercings. Cysts/boils and hypertrophic scarring ones. Cysts are usually painful and ooze any kind of fluids or can be filled with yellow fluids or pus if they have gotten infected. Hypertrophic scarring bumps do not ooze any fluids and do not hurt. They can stay on the piercing for long. This is a formation of scar tissue and it goes away, it just takes time to do so. You treat both those bumps with sea salt soaks twice a day. Warm water (8oz) + non iodized salt (1/4 teaspoon) mixed in a cup. Soak the piercing in for 10 minutes, 2 times a day. Use a q-tip to clean around the piercing thoroughly, rinse with water and pat it dry with a paper towel. Non iodized salt is cheap and easy to find. Until the piercing is fully healed you don't : Touch the piercing, twist the jewelry, change the jewelry or take it out, sleep on it, play with it, but only touch it with freshly washed hands to clean it. What triggers and keep 'feeding' hypertrophic scarring bumps : An early jewelry change on a piercing that is not fully healed ( nose piercings take 3 months to fully heal ), bad jewelry material or shape ( like a hoop ), any kind of irritation like sleeping on the piercing, playing with it, touching and moving it a lot etc. I'd stop using the tea tee oil and start the sea salt soaks. Try not to touch the piercing at all.
I had gotten my nose piercing in may. Now i have a bump on my nose for the 2nd time. I was told to get tea tree oil to get rid of the bump for good. I went and got the tea tree oil but i don't really know how to use it. If i am suppose to rise it off after a certain amount of time or do i just leave it on or soke it off with the sea salt water? Can anyone help me that have used this method of getting rid of the BUMP?
I had the very same thing happen after I got my nose pierced, I was told to use salt water, I mixed 1/4 cup of salt to 1 cup water in a bottle. I use a q-tip and clean around it inside and out. It worked great and I still use it. If you are going to use the tea tree oil I would do it the same way, just dip a q-tip in and clean around it inside and out.
I know you need to use chamomile tea, but the only kind I could find had mint in it, is that okay?
Hello :) Camomile works great and the mint should make your hair smell exta lovely :) I brighten up my highlights about once a month using this method; Mix together 3 tablespoons of olive oil, 2 table spoons of lemon juice, have a cup of strong camomile tea and some conditioner of your choice (a condtioner for blonde hair would be best). Once you have all your ingredients, heat them in the microwave for a few seconds, just so they become warm and then distribute as much as you feel you need to cover your hair. Massge the mixture in well and leave on for at least 20 minutes. (An hour would be best) Rinse the mixture out thoroughly and enjoy beautiful blonde hair! Hope this helps! :) Please answer my question - http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Ain_a0OwyTzyK3AK7FIhC1IZJ3RG;_ylv=3?qid=20110419013413AAeA9Id
How do you do a Camomile Tea Compress for your navel piercing? Please list the steps in detail. Thanks :)
Buy 100% chamomile tea bags. Boil some water and effectively make yourself a cup of tea with it. Let the tea cool down til it's warm (put it in the fridge if you get impatient) and then use the tea bag to gently press on the piercing. If it's tender, just hold it against the piercing for 10 minutes. You don't have to get tea into the piercing for this to work, just press the tea bag to it. Make sure you wash your hands with antibacterial soap before you start, to prevent transferring bacteria. Goodluck!
I want my ugly pale red kinda bumpy face to be like a pale version of Eva Longorias skinnn. does putting tea bags on it help? Does it work for bumpy red arms too?
Yes! But you need to make sure they're used (drink a cup of tea!), green or white (darker types of tea will stain your skin.. unevenly...), and that there's absolutely no sugar on the tea bags :) And use moisturizer afterward! I use a tiny bit of vitamin e oil. It's lightweight and gentle and won't overly moisturize your skin after the tea treatment! Bumpy red skin on the arms is a buildup of dead skin cells. Exfoliate with a loofa or pumic very gently three times a week, and the bumps on your arms should go away :) and once again, use vitamin e oil! You can get it at a health food store. It got rid of tons of scars on my legs and arms.