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Irish Tattoo Designs, Ideas and Pictures


Irish Tattoo Designs

People of Irish heritage are very proud of their Irish culture. What better way to show the world your Irish than an Irish tattoo design. There are so many different designs to choose from, each with their own symbolism and meaning. Even if you’re only Irish on St. Patrick’s day, but still fascinated with the culture, you may want to display an Irish tattoo to show your support or because you just love the artwork.

Irish tattoos are some of the oldest and most popular designs for a tattoo. Most Irish tattoos use very vibrant shades of green in their designs. Make sure to choose a shade of green that suits your complexion. Your experienced tattoo artist should be able to help you out with this.

Some of the most popular Irish tattoo designs are from ancient Ireland. These Celtic tattoo designs are one of the most popular choices for tattoos. Aside from the Celtic designs, the shamrock is a very popular symbol to use in an Irish tattoo. A shamrock is a small clover that has a connection to the Trinity. For centuries, it is widely believed that the shamrock brings luck.

Of course, the clover is a larger shamrock. The first leaf of a clover symbolizes hope. The second leaf of a clover stands for faith. The third leaf of a clover means love. And if you have a four leaf clover, the fourth leaf symbolizes luck. That is why shamrocks and four leaf clovers are very popular in gambling tattoos.

A Claddagh is a famous Irish symbol of friendship. It originated from the Claddagh village, which is located just outside of the old walls of the city of Galway. It illustrates two hands clasped together around a heart bearing a crown. The hands are a symbol for faith, the heart a symbol for love, and the crown symbolizes loyalty and fidelity. This symbol is also commonly used in rings.

The leprechaun is also a very popular symbol for an Irish tattoo design. The leprechaun also brings luck, mischief, riches, or to just represent some drunken fun. They are crafty little people, and once you find one, don’t take your eyes off him or he will disappear in an instant and you will never find the pot of gold.

Tattoo designs with the Irish flag are popular amongst Irish patriots. Gaelic sayings, such as “Erin Go Braugh” which means “Ireland Be Free”, are another popular way to get an Irish tattoo. Also, the harp is a traditional symbol of Ireland and makes for a great design as well.

There are so many diverse Irish tattoo designs to choose from, it can take a bit of research to find just the perfect one. For whatever your reason in choosing an Irish tattoo, rest well knowing you will have one of the most meaningful and colorful tattoo designs around.

If you are seriously considering getting a tattoo, we suggest you take a look at a site such as Chopper Tattoo. They have the largest selection of high quality, award winning tattoo designs that you can print out and bring to your local tattoo artist. Here is a small gallery of pictures of Irish tattoo designs:

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