Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

A fiddle is a representation of elegance and beauty.

Seeing a fiddle symbol implies that you are full of a kind of beauty and grace which is unique; a beauty and grace which are deep inside you, and it will be very hard for anyone to remove it unless you do it yourself through negative deeds and thoughts.

Now, what does it imply when you see a fiddle in your teacup? It just shows that you are beautiful and graceful at heart. You might be blessed with the outside beauty, but inside you, you are a queen/king. Just make sure that you guard this beauty by being positive all the time.

Detailed meaning of the fiddle tea leaf symbol

Top of teacup: seeing a fiddle at the top of your teacup is an indication that, you are a unique person with a beauty which nobody can tamper with. You have to make sure that negative thoughts don’t rob you of this unique gift. Use it to help others who are disadvantaged not to possess it.

Middle of cup: a fiddle in the middle of the teacup just means that, in the near future, your inner grace and beauty will come to the surface and people will start appreciating you for whom you are. You will come to terms with your inner self and let the world know the real you. Make sure that negative thoughts don’t come in between, this inner gift as they will make it disappear.

Bottom of teacup: when the fiddle is at the bottom of the teacup, it means that your inner self and your beauty and grace are so deep that it might just take years before it comes to the surface. That will come to pass if you don’t let any negativity overshadow your life.

Scattered in the cup: The fiddle is normally scattered in the teacup when someone is questioning their inner beauty and grace. You have to guard against jealously without letting any negative thoughts affect you. Because once that happens, it will disappear instantly the same way it manifested itself.


Having a fiddle in the teacup is a good sign of unique grace and beauty which is deep that no outside force can remove it from you. It is only you who can make it stay or disappear. Why can’t you guard it so that you can use the gift to be a blessing to those who are around you?

By Florance Saul
Mar 30, 2013