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David - Coupled mantas

Added on April 20th, 2011

David - Coupled mantas

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David requested this couple of mantas for himself and for his wife, to symbolize their union and their individuality through small differences, the main one being the presence of a lizard in his design (good luck, powers, communication) which is replaced by a cat in hers (flexibility, mistery).

The manta symbolizes freedom, protection and elegance, here with the tail made of a row of spear ...

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