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Cliffs Tattoo Inc
(631) 425-1556
394 New York Ave
Huntington, NY
 
Tattoo Lou's of Huntington
(631) 425-0444
240 Jericho Tpke
Huntington Station, NY
 
High Roller Tattoo Studio
(516) 933-9512
252 S Broadway
Hicksville, NY
 
High Roller Tattoo Studio
(516) 933-9512
252 S Broadway
Hicksville, NY
 
Matt's Tribal Dragon Tattoo In
(516) 735-1614
4074 Hempstead Tpke
Bethpage, NY
 
Tattoo Lou's Of Huntington
(631) 425-0444
240 Jericho Tpke
Huntington Station, NY
 
Tattoo Ritual
(516) 586-6414
211 Main Street
Farmingdale, NY
 
Matt's Tribal Dragon Tattoo Inc
(516) 735-1614
4074 Hempstead Tpke
Bethpage, NY
 
Mid Island Tattoo Inc
(516) 681-0981
143 Levittown Pkwy
Hicksville, NY
 
Body Designs
(516) 932-5797
4 Jerusalem Ave.
Hicksville, NY
Hours
Monday 4pm - 8pm/Tuesday CLOSED/Wednesday 1pm - 8pm/Thursday 1pm - 8pm/Friday 1pm - 10pm/Saturday 12pm - 10pm/Sunday 12pm - 7pm

Carnation tattoos

Carnation Tattoos - Flowers were once the lover's sweetest weapon at a time when propriety forbade passionate declarations of love. A bouquet contained coded intentions, and the Victorians became especially skilled in the secret language of flowers. The Carnation , birth flower for January, Honeysuckle, and Primrose each had something unique to say whenever they appeared in a bouquet.

The white Carnation, believed to be an aphrodisiac, symbolized betrothal, love, and fertility, and became a popular wedding flower. The yellow Carnation was reserved for rejection, and red for an aching heart. In some cultures, however - especially France and the Francophone culture - the carnation symbolizes misfortune and bad luck.

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Carnations are often worn on special occasions, especially Mother's Day and weddings. They were known as "Jove's Flower" in ancient Rome as a tribute to one of their beloved gods. In Korea, red and pink Carnations are used for showing their love and gratitude toward their parents on Parents Day (Korea does not separate Mother's Day and Father's Day, but has Parents Day on May 8). Sometimes, you can see parents wear a corsage of Carnation(s) on their left chest on Parents Day. Not only on Parents Day, but also on Teacher's Day (May 15), people express their admiration and gratitude to their teachers with Carnations, as Carnation has the meaning of 'admiration', 'love', and 'gratitude'.

images of carnation flowers and plants

It is the national flower of Spain, and the provincial flower of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands. It is also the symbol of the Portuguese Carnation Revolution. The state flower of Ohio is a scarlet carnation. The choice was made to honor William McKinley, Ohio Governor and U.S. President, who was assassinated in 1901, and regularly wore a scarlet carnation on his lapel.

Carnation Inspiration Gallery - Click here to get inspired! Flowers have inspired us for as long as we could see, smell and touch them. As girl's names, they became synonymous with sweetness, beauty and heali...

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