Teacups, saucers but mugs


Moreover, all cups except mugs are made with companion saucers.
The dimensions of the following vessels are approximate.


Breakfast Cup and Saucer

 breakfast cup is approximately 3 ¼ inches in height by 4 ½ to 5 ¾ inches in diameter.
The companion saucer measures 6 ¾ to 8 ¾ inches across 



Mug

 Approximately 3 to 4 inches in height by 3 ½ inches across
 a vessel with a volume capacity of around 8 to 10 fluid ounces when filled almost to the rim
extra large mugs are the American counterpart of the European breakfast cup, a shape about 4 inches in diameter or more, a size that holds approximately 15 to 20 fluid ounces




Teacup

The teacup is slightly shorter and a little wider than the coffee cup
 a shape approximately 3 ¼ to 3 ¾ inches in diameter by 2 to 2 ½ inches in height
the companion saucer measures about 5 ¼ to 5 5/8 inches across


Coffee Cup

The coffee cup is made in three sizes, namely, the regular-size coffee cup, the after-dinner coffee cup, and the demitasse cup.   
The cup features a cylinder shape, taller than wide.
 A size approximately 2 ½ inches in height by 3 inches in diameter.
The companion saucer measures around 6 to 6 ½ inches across.


Demitasse

Demitasse means "half cup" in French.
The cup is approximately 2 ¼ inches in height and width, slightly shorter and nar­rower than the after-dinner coffee cup.
The companion saucer measures about 4 ½ to 5 inches across


Chocolate Cup

Hot chocolate that is made from powdered cocoa, that is a thinner beverage than the original drink is usually served in a taller cup with a wider opening for cooling.

Teacup and Snack Plate Set


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