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 was wondering if anyone knew of any stored local to most cities that carry a "tea cup ring" similar a ring like this: http://mysugarland.co.uk/shop/price/0-50/miss-tea-sterling-silver-white-teacup-ring-with-floral-detail (sorry if the website does not come up) I think these are lovely, and would love to get one, that is roughly on the cheap side (less than twenty) Thank you for the help!! Sorry about the link. I do not live in the UK. I am in the US.
They're soo cute. I know a lot of people thnik "oh, ebay? soo dodgy!" but I actually bought this tea cup ring from ebay and i love love love it. It's SUPER cheap. + i don't know if it turns your finger green cause i coated it with clear nail varnish and a month later im still fine. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Vintage-Alice-in-Wonderland-Tea-Cup-Saucer-Ring-Teatime_W0QQitemZ370344639070QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Jewellery_Watches_CostumeJewellery_CA?hash=item563a42ba5e only ÂŁ5
How can use green tea on my face?
Green tea has a lot of antioxidants that benefits the body in many ways and can even be used to treat acne. Its one of the most natural ways to help your skin appear brighter and flawless. It will work better if you already drink it regularly. After each cup of green tea that you drink, take the tea bag out and cut it open. Empty the contents into a small cup and add a little honey to it to make it into a paste. Make sure your face is clean before you apply the paste. Leave it on for ten minutes and then rinse it off. If you are about to go somewhere and need to look nice and fresh-faced but don't have the time for a full facial, try this. Take a tea bag and run it over super hot water, enough to make it steamy. Squeeze out some of the water (but not all of it) and rub the tea bag all over your face for one or two minutes or until the tea bag has cooled off and isn't steamy anymore. Use green tea on your face early in the morning along with your facial cleanser. To arrive to school or work with a glowing face, add green tea to your cleanser. Run a tea bag over super hot water, cut it open, and empty its contents into a small cup. Take your facial cleanser (a cream cleanser such as Noxzema or Clearasil will work best, since the creamy texture and green tea will bind together better)and spoon about 2 tablespoons (doesn't have to be exact) of the cleanser into the cup and mix it all together with the spoon. It should look like thick white cream with LOTS of green flecks in it. Spread it on your face, leave it on for 5 minutes, go make your bed to pass the time, and then rinse it off. Splash green tea on your face. Prepare really hot green tea and let it cool. When it has cooled down, go to a sink and pour some of the tea from the mug into your hand. Splash it all over your face repeatedly until there's no more tea. Then rinse your face with cool water. Make a green tea steam facial. Boil some water and then pour it into a large bowl. Take a tea bag, cut it open, and empty the contents into the hot water. Take a towel and place it over your head. Then bend over the bowl, making sure your face isn't very close to the water, but close enough to feel the steam. Stay under for only five minutes. - If you continue to do all of this every week and make it a regular routine, you will really have pretty skin. It will start showing even bigger results when you do it all the time. - If you never have time to do a facial, do the full facials on the weekend or a few times each month. You can do steps 2 and 3 everyday.
Help I made a cup! I was making a bowl for ceramics class and I made a cup! what to do ppl???
Put tea in it and drink the tea, put the cup to good use don't let it go to waste.
I put about two-three teaspoons of tea tree oil in a plastic cup (like the ones you see at party's) and filled it with water, then put some on a q-tip and put it on my piercing.When i Finished i poured it down the sink and noticed the cup was melting.Why did it melt and will something happen to me i rinsed my piercing out very well with soap and water.Thanks
no. maybe it was a faulty cup. but nothing will happen to you. i use tea tree oil for my acne.
i heard about the black tea rinse and how it helps with shedding and strengths hair and all that good stuff. i wanted to know how to do the rinse. can i apply the black tea on to my hair and leave for 30 mins. and rinse after and go?? or what.... it has to be a certain way. what will happen if i don't deep condition after? bad or good? any advice,tips,procedure,links,videos. is helpful thanks
For black tea ----- boil a cup of water, add a tea bag and enough sugar . Remove tea bag and sip. Add lemon juice and your lemon tea is done. For black coffee -------- boil a cup of water, add a teaspoon of instant coffee powder and enough sugar. Mix well and sip.
Someone please help me with this, I've been drinking Green Tea alot lately.I drink it daily,more than once a day. But,Today,I noticed something.. My Breasts seem like they've gotten smaller or something! Not like a whole cup size small,But alittle smaller. Please help! Should I stop drinking this Tea? Im a 34C cup and Im happy with my breast size,and I Dont want them to get tiny,or smaller! Please help what should I do?? and um no,I am not posting pics. this is the internet,Im not stupid.
LOLs no there's no problem with that. its good that u take green tea a lot. i know few of my friends who take green tea of more than 5 to 6 cups daily and they don't have problems as such. so don't worry! that's all up in ur mind.
Does it change the color and ands highlights? Or does it do nothing
Black tea has a natural ingredient which is a bit making a dyeing effect. It darken hair while it adds shine and pretty highlights. Simply brew two cups of strong tea and use to rinse damp shampooed hair.Do be aware that very strong black tea can cause tan-like staining of skin. But using it alone does not make a notable difference in the hair shade. However if it is mixed up with other natural ingredients, it is very effective. There is a combined natural ingredients which we had proven effective in making hair look darker, gives benefits of increasing the bulk of hair, prevents hair falling, and even makes hair growth faster. You may be interested to try with his natural mixture: ** A cup of "black henna,"( but look for the brand which is a mixture of henna and indigo as this doesn't cause allergy.). This can be availed from Indian stores or any oriental markets. **2 cups of plain yogurt. **10 strong black teabags. **a cup of water Soak or brew the teabags in plain water until the water turns very dark. Use such water to mix up with henna powder, and yogurt. Mix it well. The tea and yogurt acts to make henna release its dye. Apply it in your entire hair and wrap your hair with a towel leaving it for 6-8 hours. Wash your hair the usual way you do it with your prefered shampoo. Once your hair gets dry you will notice the difference of its color and glow. It is said that henna coats each hair shaft with a natural, semi-permanent protein called hennatannic acid. Heat causes the hennatannic acid to cling to the proteins found in the hair. Because henna coats and seals the hair shaft, it helps protect the hair from damaging effects of sun, salt, chlorine, wind and pollution in the environment. It can help minimize split ends and acts as "hair insurance" if you spend a lot of time in the sun, surf or wind. Rather than producing dramatic color changes, henna enhances and deepens existing color. Just be sure you are compatible with using the henna, and yoghurt as you know smells a bit sour but all the smell will be gone after the hair is washed. Do this once or twice a week and I assure your hair will get healthier. I found a site using henna for hair but it uses diferent ingredients including tea as well. Check this out: http://www.hennaforhair.com/indigo/ravenâ€¦
How does that work? What is it exactly?
Black tea has a natural ingredient which is a bit making a dyeing effect. It darken hair while it adds shine and pretty highlights. Simply brew two cups of strong tea and use to rinse damp shampooed hair.Do be aware that very strong black tea can cause tan-like staining of skin. But using it alone does not make a notable diference in the hair shade. However if it is mixed up with other natural ingredients, it is very effective. There is a combined natural ingredients which we had proven effective in making hair look darker, gives benefits of increasing the bulk of hair, prevents hair falling, and even makes hair growth faster. You may be interested to try with his natural mixture: ** A cup of "black henna,"( but look for the brand which is a mixture of henna and indigo as this doesn't cause allergy.). This can be availed from Indian stores or any oriental markets. **2 cups of plain yoghurt. **10 strong black teabags. **a cup of water Soak or brew the teabags in plain water until the water turns very dark. Use such water to mix up with henna powder, and yoghurt. Mix it well. The tea and yoghurt acts to make henna release its dye. Apply it in your entire hair and wrap your hair with a towel leaving it for 6-8 hours. Wash your hair the usual way you do it with your prefered shampoo. Once your hair gets dry you will notice the difference of its color and glow.
If you drink green tea it's actually good for you skin because it has a lot of antioxidants.