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Tattoo Design Tea Towels

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Our Tattoo Design Tea Towels are handprinted on fine linen union fabric.  They will leave your glasses crystal clear and lint free with a sparkling shine.  A must for the kitchen of any wine lover.

The inspiration for the design of these two tattoo glass cloths comes from the iconic work of ‘Sailor Jerry’  Sailor Jerry was born Norman Collins in the early 20th Century.  He was a man who chose to live his on his own terms.  He left home young hitch-hiking through America.  During his travels he not only learned the art of tattooing but also joined the Navy, developing a life long love to ships.

Old-school tattoos have roots in the American serviceman’s interpretation of traditions and symbols that go back thousands of years. Every tattoo is a personal statement but there are certain common meanings.

Wine Lover Tattoo Design Tea Towels

Our design takes inspiration from Sailor Jerry’s swallow tattoos.  Use of the swallow indicates that a sailors has sailed 5000 miles however, swallows are also associated with the idea of return.  This “return” symbolism comes from two strands. Firstly, the swallow’s famous migration pattern and secondly the belief that if a sailor dies at sea, birds carry his soul home to heaven.

Claret Bottle Tattoo Design Tea Towels

Taking inspiration from the traditional sailor’s bottle of rum we decided to base our design on a bottle of claret.

Exclusive to Top Note Design.  This original linen union tea towel.  Well known tattoos but with a twist for wine lovers.

Size:  44cm x 74cm ; wash at 40 degrees

Screenprinted by hand in the UK

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Tea is an emotion, not only a popular drink. So, there is always a tea time somewhere in the world… Teatime means a cup of tea, teapot with some delicious snacks, and a romantic novel to read. Well, well, this really makes sense to fancy a cup of tea for all those tea lovers out there. But wait, what about teapot tattoos?
Teapot is always associated with the tea time and tea nerds and they dates hundreds of years back. The first teapot with the present shape was produced in Imperial China, especially in the Yuan Dynasty. Sometimes, seen as a luxury item, teapot can be the pure source of happiness and joy for those who are in pure love with tea.

The Meaning & Styles of Teapot Tattoos:

The teapot or tea tattoos are usually a tribute to this popular drink, that is celebrated not only in a single part of the world, but all across the globe. And as mentioned earlier, tea is not a drink, but is an emotion, with which tons of people are connected. Moreover, some people embellish their bodies with the teapot tattoos as to honor their parents or grandparents, who cherish(ed) tea.

The teapot tattoos can be added simply or singly, but it can also be combined with the banners of quotes, a cup of tea, book or different elements, to decorate the design and to give it some other meaning.

 

35 Elegant Teapot Tattoo Designs for Tea Maniacs:

If you are one of those tea lovers, and want to take your love to the next level, nothing could be better than having a beautiful and elegant teapot that looks good and sit on every body well.

So, take a look at some amazing Teapot Tattoo designs, that you can have as your next tattoo.

The Floral Teapot Tattoo Piece. This one might be your teapot, if you really owe the traditional teapot set.

A teapot Tattoo with detailed scenery. Nothing could be better. than coupling teatime with nature and lonliness.

Colorful Teapot Tattoo Design. If you are a true lover of tea, you would definitely find this teapot tattoo design really soothing.

Magical Teapot Design.  This amazing play of water colors is magical and makes magical teapot tattoo design.

Teapot with Flowers Tattoo Design. If you are looking to give tea a tribute with something elegant and simple, then nothing is better than this tattoo design.

This Elegant Piece. This jaw dropping elegant piece of teapot is yet another trying worthy tea tattoo.

Thigh with Teapot. Looking for a teapot thigh piece? You would definitely love our next teapot tattoo design for thigh.

Tea of Love. You might have seen this lovely teapot in some fairy tale movie. If not, you can have a look at this lovely teapot tattoo.

Smoky Teapot Tattoo Design. Tea only smells great when its hot. Here, I have a teapot tattoo design with hot tea in it.

Traditional Teapot Set Tattoo Design. If you are looking to get your grand parents a tribute with teapot, then this traditional set of teapot would never be a bad idea.

Vertical Teapot Tattoo Design. Get your inner arm covered with this all set vertical teapot tattoo design.

Blue Teapot Tattoo for Thigh. If you are an enthusiast of blue color and also of tea, then this blue floral teapot tattoo design won’t make any bad.

A cute little shaded Teapot.Looking for something simple, cute, attractive and full of tea? Here is what you can get on your wrist.

A Unique Teapot Tattoo with Rabbit and Deer. Usually, tea is not associated with animals like rabbit or deer, but you can have this unique teapot tattoo design that incorporates a rabbit and a deer, with great details.

This Ankle Piece. You can embellish your ankle with cute little tea time piece having teapot, pouring tea in a cup.

The Royal Teapot Back Piece. As mentioned earlier, Teapots are often considered to be a royal luxury. If you are impressed with it, have this royal teapot back piece.

A Simple Teapot with a Cup of Tea. Pour tea of love in the cup with this simple, yet attractive teapot.

Shaded Teapot on Inner Arm. Get a detailed tattoo of teapot on your inner arm, if you are a true lover of tea.

Teapot Tattoo on Thigh. Another detailed teapot tattoo is next on my list of the great teapot tattoo designs and you won’t ignore this one, if you are a true admirer of tea.

Eyed- Teapot Tattoo. You might not find this teapot tattoo cheerful, but surely, you would give this tattoo another look, because of its amazing details and shadows.

Red Teapot Tattoo with Roses. All the love things come in red color. Want example? The red roses on this red shaded teapot won’t make you find another example.

Teapot Tattoo Design for Couple. “You are my cup of tea, I am your teapot”. Be the explanation of this quote by having an amazing teapot tattoo design for two.

Teapot in the Mirror. Teapots and mirrors are two different things, but the only thing that is similar in these two is that they both reflect the personality of a person.

Traditional Tea Piece. This cheerful traditional teapot tattoo design won’t make you look further.

Outlined Teapot with Cup and a Teabag. When tea is made with teabag, it gives more flavor to this delicious drink. Same is the case with this tattoo. Make your tattoo flavorful with the teabag dipped in the teapot.

Realistic Teapot Design. This gorgeous teapot design is an inspiration.

“We’re All Stories In the End” Tattoo Design. “We’re All Stories In the End”, “Just Make its a Good One” is another amazing teapot tattoo design with this powerful banner of quote.

Antique Teapot Piece. Another amazing looking teapot tattoo design is waiting for your look.

Realistic Neo-Tad Teapot Set Tattoo Design. Looking for something? Check this Neo-Tad style teapot tattoo design.

Teapot Mirroring Green Fields. Green meadows and a cup of tea….. Ahh the combo!

Blue Teapot with Heart Tattoo Design. Traditionally, teapots comes in blue color, however, the addition of a heart and flowers in this blue teapot adds to the aesthetic value of this tattoo.

Another Realistic Teapot Tattoo Design with a Cup of Tea. You might not believe that the next one in the image is a tattoo. The fine details and amazing colors gives this teapot tattoo a really realistic look.

Cute Mice Adding Sugar. The cute addition of mice in this tattoo design is worth considering.

Detailed Teapot Ankle Piece. Get your ankle embellished with this unique and cool teapot design.

Lovely Colors Teapot Tattoo. Lots of lovely details here, that you surely don’t want to miss.

“Where there is Tea, there is love”. Make yourself a true representative of love by having an amazing teapot design on your body.

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JAMES SPOONER owns and operates Monocle Tattoo. Being a vegan for over twenty years, he pioneered a vegan tattoo procedure in Los Angeles in order to be consistent with his politics and lifestyle. Girly Tattoos, Mom Tattoos, Disney Tattoos, Trendy Tattoos, Unique Tattoos, Cute Tattoos, Tattoo Font For Men, Tattoo Quotes For Women, Unique Small Tattoo
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Inspiring Coffee and Tea Tattoo Design Ideas

Tattoos for Tea Lovers

Tea is the common name given to the Camellia sinensis plant. Leaves of the tea plant are harvested and dried to make green tea, or fermented and then dried to make black tea, also known as ceylon tea. The earliest records of tea drinking date back to 10BC in China.

A Victorian inspired tattoo design that celebrate the art of tea drinking

A Victorian inspired tattoo design that celebrates the art of tea drinking. The tattoo uses an antique frame to silhouette the shape of a tea pot. [source]

 

Tea is a very popular drink, so much so that trade routes have been created to transport tea leaves across the world and wars have been fought over it. In the 16th century, tea was introduced from Asia to Europe and it became an instant success. Tea became popular so quickly in Europe that upper class ladies felt obliged to serve it at gatherings, even though they often didn’t know what to do with it.

A tattoo design of a yellow tea cup with blue flowers and a little bird decorates this girls shoulder

A tattoo design of a yellow tea cup with blue flowers and a little bird decorates this girl’s shoulder. Shortly after being introduced to Europe, the Chinese tea set began to evolve, taking on distinctly European shapes and styles. [source]

 

This excerpt from Bill Bryson’sAt Home describes how some people first approached the newly discovered plant; “Not everyone got the hang of tea immediately. The poet Robert Southey related the story of a lady in the country who received a pound of tea as a gift from a city friend when it was still a novelty. Uncertain how to engage with it, she boiled it up in a pot, spread the leaves on toast with butter and salt, and served it to her friends, who nibbled it gamely and declared it interesting but not quite to their taste.”

A cute tea tattoo design with a little doll peeking out of a tea pot

A cute tea tattoo design with a little doll peeking out of a tea pot. The tea pot in the tattoo is styled on antique tea pots, which were highly ornate and decorative. [source]

 

When the majority of Europeans had figured out how to make and serve tea, it became something of an art. A daily ritual of tea drinking in the afternoon became known as “tea time”. During the centuries that followed, more famous phrases surrounding tea arose, such as tea for two and a cuppa tea (cup of tea). Tea for Two has its origins in a song created in 1925 by Vincent Youmans and Irving Caesar. The song was later reintroduced in a movie in 1950 called Tea for Two which starred Doris Day.

A tea for two tattoo design with vintage polka dot tea cups

A tea for two tattoo design with vintage polka dot tea cups. The addition of roses into the tattoo design adds a classic appeal. [source]

 

Even though tea drinking originated in the East, it has become an important part of Western culture. People will invite each other around for a cuppa tea and a chat, and tea is customarily served with cake at special occasions such as birthdays. Tea is not just a comforting drink, it has been recommended as an alternative to coffee because of its health benefits.

A tattoo of a human, yixing tea pot and tea cup decorates this tea lovers body

A tattoo of a human hand, yixing tea pot and a tea cup decorates this tea lover’s body. The city of Yixing in China is famed for its beautiful teapots. [source]

 

Tattoos of teapots and teacups are a tribute to this popular drink and the emotional connections that the tattoo owner has with tea. Some people choose tea tattoos as a way to honor a parent or grandparent who is a tea lover. A banner can be added to the tattoo with the name of the loved one or their calling name such as “mum” or “grandpa”. Other symbols of that person can be included in the tattoo design, either as part of the decoration on the tea cup, or inside a tea pot or tea cup.

This tattoo design uses a tea cup, a moth and a tree branch to commemorate a deceased loved one

This tattoo design uses a tea cup, a moth and a tree branch to commemorate a deceased loved one who was a tea drinker. [source]

 

Tea is often associated with cultural refinement. Tea services are often highly ornate, made from fine porcelain and decorated with precious metals such as gold or silver. Some tea sets are made of crystal or glass, and others are made from silver, copper or brass. Porcelain is more popular than metal as a material for making tea sets, as the metal tends to change the flavor of the tea. Porcelain tea cups and tea pots are the most popular type of tea equipment.

This tattoo design shows a peach blossom branch growing out of a cup of tea with a red cardinal bird on the cup

This tattoo design shows a peach blossom branch growing out of a cup of tea with a red cardinal bird on the cup. Porcelain tea sets are most often depicted in tattoo designs because they can be decorated with symbolic elements, such as the cardinal bird, a symbol of masculinity and protection. Peach blossoms are a symbol of new life and sweetness. [source]

 

The porcelain tea sets that we associate with Victorian ladies were made in Asia to the specifications of traders from the West. The fine china sometimes was so thin in places that light could shine through it. Porcelain makers would sometimes carve into the porcelain to create portraits or flowers in the china that could be seen when the crockery was held up to the light. Some tea tattoos are chosen because of the history of tea, and the association between the drink and the upper classes of European culture.

Two tiny tattoos of a tea pot and a tea cup make a cute finger tattoo design

Two tiny tattoos of a tea pot and a tea cup make a cute finger tattoo design. The chubby looking tea pot in this design is a typical tea pot shape, used in both Europe and Asia. [source]

 

Tea has been featured in many books and films. In Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, Alice stumbles across the Mad Hatter and the March Hare and gets drawn into their eternal tea party. (See tattoos of the Mad Hatter’s tea party in Ink me with Alice in Wonderland Tattoos) The singer Sting sang in his famous song An Englishmen in New York; “I don’t drink coffee; I take tea, my dear”. Sometimes a tattoo of tea is chosen because of literary associations with the beverage, or to honor an author who enjoyed or enjoys tea, such as C.S. Lewis who is quoted to have said, “You can’t get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”

This creative tattoo design uses cross stitch to spell out the phrase Make Tea Not War

This creative tattoo design uses cross stitch to spell out the phrase, “Make tea not war”, a parody on the famous phrase used in the sixties, “Make love not war”. [source]

 

Tea is at the heart of British culture. The drink is served during the work day to refresh workers, and in the mornings and evenings to either relax or invigorate. Tea is given to people under stress or in shock as a comforting beverage. So even though tattoos of tea pots and tea cups can sometimes seem like just a cute or quaint tattoo design, they are often a representation of the emotional connection that the person feels with tea.

Two tattoos of a tea bag and tea cup celebrate this ancient drink from China through body art

Two tattoos of a tea bag and tea cup celebrate this ancient drink from China through body art. Tea bags are a fairly modern invention in tea making methods. Before the tea bag, people would use fine sieves to strain the tea or they would allow the tea leaves to settle in the pot before carefully pouring the brewed tea into cups. Part of the comfort of this tattoo is the emotional association that the tattoo owner has with the tea bag method of brewing tea. [source]

 

Another quote from Bill Bryson (whose observations of Britons and their tea drinking habits are highly amusing and worth a read), this time from Notes from a Small Island; “Mrs. Gubbins came in with a tray of tea things and a plate of biscuits of the sort that I believe are called teatime variety, and everyone stirred friskily to life, rubbing their hands keenly and saying, ‘Ooh, lovely.’ To this day, I remain impressed by the ability of Britons of all ages and social backgrounds to get genuinely excited by the prospect of a hot beverage.”

A detailed tattoo of a tea pot decorated with roses on the back of the neck

A detailed tattoo of a tea pot decorated with roses on the back of the neck. The reason why tattoos of tea pots and tea cups are so cheerful is that people have positive associations with the act of drinking tea. Tea tattoos are often worn as a symbol of home and family. [source]

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Top 77 Best Teacup Tattoo Ideas – [2021 Inspiration Guide]

Some of the best art takes the mundane and turns it into the exceptional and the teacup tattoo designs in this collection are great examples of this approach to artistic expression.

While we may think of teacup art in terms of still life oil paintings of table tops, piled high with food and drinks, these interesting bits of tableware can be reproduced in any number of different artistic styles.

Teacups also have an interesting literary history, with Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland stories in particular, creating powerful images of bizarre tea parties thrown by the Mad Hatter and a talking hare. For many people, these absurd stories and the various films they inspired have permanently associated teacups with strange and fanciful events.

The 71 teacup tattoo designs in this gallery take a variety of approaches in a number of styles, but they all keep these delicate bits of china at center stage.

1. Black and Gray Teacup Tattoo Designs

Black Teacup Tattoo Artsy Skychi

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Black Teacup Tattoo Garrettvasqueztattoo

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Black Teacup Tattoo Jaynejezebelletattoos

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Black Teacup Tattoo Laurencoley Tattoo

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Black Teacup Tattoo Nickpuma

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Black Teacup Tattoo Ozthegreatta2

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Black Teacup Tattoo Rominawalchtattoo

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Black Teacup Tattoo Theinkcourt

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Black Teacup Tattoo Usantos

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Black Teacup Tattoo W0nderwagon

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Black Teacup Tattoo Zuultattooer

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Black Teacup Tattoo 1 jessicachanner

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Black Teacup Tattoo jessicachanner

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Black Teacup Tattoo tilltheendtatto

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Not everyone appreciates the vibrant colors that some tattoo styles utilize. In fact, despite its long standing presence in the world of permanent body art, black and gray work remains one of the most popular styles. The truth is, with an interesting concept and skilled tattoo artist black and gray tattoos can be just as compelling as any color work, as demonstrated by these unique teacup tattoo designs.

The bizarre associations that teacups have gained thanks to Alice in Wonderland are perfectly demonstrated in several of these black and gray designs. The first tea cup, featuring a strange female figure with a mushroom for a head, bathing in tea seems particularly inspired by these classic children’s stories.

2. Floral Motifs in Teacup Tattoo Designs

Floral Teacup Tattoo Ash.tasker

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Beckz M

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Bethanygeorgiatattoo

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Dani.blalock

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Ericjenks

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Heedryan

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Katancostello

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Kayleightattoosyou

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Keithb.tattoos

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Manders.art

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Norsemachine

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Floral Teacup Tattoo Ta2mike7eleven

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Teacups and other fine china have been adorned with floral patterns for centuries, making flowers a great addition to any teacup tattoo. The pieces in this collection use a variety of different approaches in a number of styles, but they all keep the flowers and charming bits of china at the center of the design.

Several black and gray teacup tattoo designs standout for the exceptional shading that is used to produce the teacup and flowers. Using a monochromatic approach to illustrate something as inherently colorful as flowers may not seem like a good idea, but these floral teacup designs prove that is not always the case.

3. Small Tattoo Tea Cup Ideas

Small Simple Teacup Tattoo Iamhuka

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Small Simple Teacup Tattoo Ink Yjee

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Small Simple Teacup Tattoo Jimmy Hands

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Small Simple Teacup Tattoo Jodieelizaink

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Small Simple Teacup Tattoo Laukwanyam

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Small Simple Teacup Tattoo Tattoos.by.hayleigh

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Small Simple Teacup Tattoo Tattoosbyunelune 2

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Small Simple Teacup Tattoo Tattoosbyunelune

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Small Simple Teacup Tattoo Winstonartwork

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For some people, a small tattoo is all they need to express their tea love and this miniaturized approach is perfectly suited to teacup tattoo designs. Given their small size and the fragile nature of fine china, it makes sense for your tattoo artist to apply a teacup tattoo in a small size that emphasizes the delicacy of these vessels. The teacup tattoo designs in this collection provide great examples of how compelling even a small tattoo can be when a skilled artist is on the case.

One piece stands out for its use of clean line work, smooth shading and the slightest touch of red ink to produce a rose on the teacup.

4. Stacked Teacup Tattoo Designs

Stacked Teacup Tattoo Alissa K 2

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Brent Megens

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Cloud.tattoos

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Inked Knitter

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Lanabananderson

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Lizalvarezart

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Mary Black 2

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Mary Black

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Siarnthecatwitch

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Tatloewen 2

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Tatloewen 3

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Tatloewen

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo Wildchildllc

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo chadramsay

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo chrisnantz

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Stacked Teacup Tattoo mary_black_

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The tea O’clock tea party is a time for friends to chat, reminisce about old memories and make new ones. Because of the role of the tea party as a social tradition, many people choose stacked teacup designs as a way to symbolize the different important relationships in their lives.

Each teacup can represent a different friend, while others use stacked teacups as a symbol for the members of their family. The stacked teacup tattoo designs here come in a variety of styles but they all capture the significance behind these charming little cups.

5. Stormy Teacup Tattoo Designs

Storm Teacup Tattoo Andretnevess

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Storm Teacup Tattoo Babyknowles

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Storm Teacup Tattoo Michaelharristattoo

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Storm Teacup Tattoo Mollylts

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Storm Teacup Tattoo Trifanlaurentiutattoo

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Storm Teacup Tattoo arronptattoo

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A storm in a teacup. A derivation of “A tempest in a teapot”, this phrase means to get into a tizzy over something insignificant. While this is a common meaning relating to tea time it is not the only connotation behind a storm in a teacup tattoo.

As one girl’s excellent American traditional tattoo design clarifies, a storm in a teacup may also signify that the wearer is unconcerned with the tastes of others and acknowledges that it is “not everyone’s cup of tea.”

6. Animal Teacup Tattoo Idea Illustrations

Teacup With Animals Tattoo Anthony Hontattoo

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo Billyhardintattoos

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo Chelseamillgate

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo El Charmed Ink

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo Fts Tattoo

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo Jes.mulcahy

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo Miso.inked

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo Misshellcartertattoo

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo Nocturnalflare

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo Peaches And Ink

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo Sarah.electrum

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Teacup With Animals Tattoo chris_swenski_tattoo

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Animals-with their endless variety of shapes and the different symbolism that they hold-have been used in tattoos for as long as tattoos have been around and they are no less compelling now than they were a thousand years ago. Pet kitties, puppy dog designs, a lovable beast, mice, birds and even an octopus are all perfectly utilized to make unique and exciting teacup tattoo designs.

7. Traditional and Neo-Traditional Teacup Tattoo Designs

Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Andreamagrassi Tattooer

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Britter Tats

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Caitlinstairstattoo

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Fatknees Tattoos

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Garytattoos

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Goodluckjo

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Hippiesoo

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Iamhuka

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Kinglarrybone

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Kiwitattoo

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Madasakbra

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Marcoletatoueur

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Melodycrowtattoos

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Mindy Fach Tattoo

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Popeyedan

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Szadyrtattoos

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Traditional Neo Traditional Teacup Tattoo Tattoosbynath

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American traditional work remains popular thanks to the bold lines and vibrant colors that characterize this classic approach. Neo-traditional tattooing continues this legacy, utilizing bold lines but pushing the limits of the style with more elaborate color patterns and mind blowing designs.

The teacup tattoo designs in this collection incorporate a number of different design elements-flowers, skulls and banners are all expertly utilized-that improve the compositions and make for more unique designs.

Teacup Tattoo FAQs

What does a teacup tattoo idea represent?

A teacup tattoo is as personal as any other piece of body art, although a bit of meaning can be deduced from the tattoos in this gallery. Tea parties are times of bonding and sharing tea is an essential part of many cultures, making teacup tattoos great memorials to friendship. Aside from a love of tea, these dainty cups have also taken on an association with the bizarre thanks to the classic tea party scene in Alice in Wonderland.

What are popular placements for a teacup tattoo?

A teacup tattoo can be placed anywhere the wearer chooses, although the upper arm, forearm, wrist, ribcage, and hip are popular choices thanks to the natural lines of the body and the way they can be utilized to make a more compelling tattoo.

It’s worth reminding you that if you’re looking for a teacup, mug, tea plant, tea pot or tea tattoo design of any kind but have concerns about the size or placement of your tattoo idea that a temporary tattoo design could help. A temporary tattoo is great for testing visible tattoo designs, a tiny tattoo, or body art you’re not sure about the size of.

What does a stacked teacup tattoo represent?

While the specific meaning behind a teacup tattoo is unique to the tea lover, many people use a teacup tattoo as a symbol of friendship. This symbolism can be especially appropriate for a stacked teacup tattoo: each cup can represent a different friend or loved one, with the stacked arrangement symbolizing their friendship, love and appreciation for each other.

 

Did you enjoy these Tea O’Clock tattoo designs and markers of friendship. Click on the links below for more body art dedicated to furry friends and things that are small.

 

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