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Tattoo of Maori Duafe

Beauty, femininity

by GiErre »
2009, Aug 17th
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DESCRIPTION AND MEANING:

Duafe is an Adinkra symbol that comes originally from Ghana, and on this account we placed it in our section dedicated to Africa, even if it has been revisited in a Maori style. It represents a woman comb, and it symbolizes beauty and femininity.

Accordingly we thought of using the motifs of the waves (water itself is a symbol of femininity and fertility), korus (new life) and a stylized manta in the second version, a symbol of beauty and freedom.

Requested by Alexandra.

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