Clover Tattoos


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When it comes to symbols, nothing represents the Celtic heritage like the clover and shamrock. The clover and shamrock have been part of Ireland for centuries. In the tattoo world, nothing represents that heritage like a clover or shamrock tattoo. The four leaf clover tattoo is a symbol that is very well known around the world. As most of us already know, the four leaf clover is rare and very hard to find. There is a difference between the clover and shamrock though. The clover has four leaves and the shamrock has three. Both of them also has different meanings. Due to the popularity of Celtic tattoos, clover and shamrock tattoos are often done in Celtic knot-work.

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Each leaf on the four leaf clover has a symbolic meaning. The first leaf on the clover represents hope. The second leaf represents faith. The third leaf represents love. The fourth leaf represents luck. On these four leaf clovers, you will usually see the meaning inside the clover or on the outer edge of each leaf. Other ideas for these tattoos may include the clover with hope, faith, love, and luck underneath.

 Four Leaf Clover Tattoo - Clover Tattoos <3 <3

Four Leaf Clover Tattoo

Shamrock Skull Tattoo - Clover Tattoos <3 <3

Shamrock Skull Tattoo

Four Leaf Clover Tattoo - Clover Tattoos <3 <3

Four Leaf Clover Tattoo

 Shamrock Tattoo - Clover Tattoos <3 <3

Shamrock Tattoo

 Irish Tattoo for Men - Clover Tattoos <3 <3

Irish Tattoo for Men

 Realistic Four Leaf Clover Tattoo - Clover Tattoos <3 <3

Realistic Four Leaf Clover Tattoo

Celtic Clover Tattoo - Clover Tattoos <3 <3

Celtic Clover Tattoo

Clover Tattoo - Clover Tattoos <3 <3

Clover Tattoo

 Tribal Clover - Clover Tattoos <3 <3

Tribal Clover

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