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Irish Tattoos and Four Leaf Clover Tattoos

Updated on August 1, 2015

Out of the many varieties of tattoos to choose from, those representing our personal heritage are among some of the most popular tattoo design chosen. The Irish heritage is no exception, and Irish tattoos are quite popular among those with an Irish heritage.

There are many ideas that can be chosen as an "Irish tattoo" that even though they are not necessarily considered "Irish," they would still fall in the category of what some may consider "Irish." The saying "The luck of the Irish" is in direct parallel to the luck that the Irish live by, and consider a huge part of their heritage.

There are all sorts of "lucky" sorts of tattoos that would fall in this catagory, such as horseshoes, four leaf clovers, or lepracons to name a few.

Four Leaf Clover Tattoo

Cool Irish Tattoos

Neat Irish Tattoos

Different Irish Tattoo

Small Irish Tattoo

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    • bell du jour profile image

      bell du jour 5 years ago from Ireland

      Oh No!! I'm Irish and I would never get an'Irish' tatoo sooooo tacky!!! lol

      Bell

    • bell du jour profile image

      bell du jour 5 years ago from Ireland

      Oh No!! I'm Irish and I would never get an'Irish' tatoo sooooo tacky!!! lol

      Bell

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      RedSoxFan 5 years ago

      It's not tacky if it has a meaning behind it. For example claddagh rings. It's a very popular ring, but most people don't know that they are an irish wedding ring. And the hands stand for friendship, the heart for love, and crown for loyalty. And that if you have the ring facing inward with the heart pointed towards you, it means that you have found love, and if it is pointing outward it means you are looking for love. As long as the tattoo ( I used the ring as an example) have a personal meaning behind it, than I'd do it. Btw Im Irish. :-) Loved the Hub!

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