Tarot of Lombardy (Ferndinado Gumppenberg 1810): Ten of Cups
Cups are also referred to as chalices and may be represented by religious grails or goblets. They correspond to the playing card suit of Hearts. This suit represents the element Water, and the social class of Clergy. Cups are considered a Feminine suit. Cups typically represent emotions, love, and spiritual beliefs.
The Tens typically concern an extreme abundance, which can be positive or negative, such as an abundance of riches or friendships, or an overburdening of work, or pressure and commitment, or even an absolute destruction.
Harmony. Marriage. Happiness. Alignment.
Represents fortunate marriage, contentment of the heart, and the perfection of human love and friendship. It may also mean a peaceful environment or perpetual success. It can also refer to the town or country where the questioner lives, in the sense that home is where the heart is. This is one of the most positive cards in the entire tarot deck.
Reversed Meaning: Misalignment of values. Broken home or marriage.
This card can refer to quarrelling, violence, a troubled heart, a disrupted routine, and selfish exploitation.