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Tattoo of Polynesian Dragon

Power, protection

by GiErre »
2008, Nov 29th
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DESCRIPTION AND MEANING:

This dragon, derives from the Chinese traditional culture, was requested in a Maori style by Lee.

The Chinese dragon is the symbol of heaven and water, a creature that owns magical powers. Nine are the dragons of Chinese tradition, and among their qualities we can find power, protection and good luck.

The nose was shaped to recall a stylized 9, because placing a 9 on a dragon will bring good luck.

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