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Tico - Hononga

Added on May 13th, 2013

Tico - Hononga

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Family, union

The moray eels on the right represent the difficulties in the past of Jerry, who requested this design for his left arm. The koru symbolizes a new start, and it´s surrounded by the sun as a symbol of positivity leading to him and to his wife, represented by the two turtles moving in the same direction with the front flippers joined to form a double spiral (eternity, meeting), with a seashell ...

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