Crown Tattoo Crowns
and tiaras have been making their appearance in history for a long time and are found in the majority of civilizations and in all forms.
Made and worn on the occasion of festivals and sacraments, they symbolize power and might and are used to mark the wealth of leaders such as kings, princes, and lords.
The iron crown with engravings and ornaments in precious stones (which can be distinguished here from crowns of thorns, flowers, or even feathers) serves as a symbol of authority over the people, and therefore also of superiority.
A strong symbol of the social position of the wearer, it is also an ornament of victory in Europe, and inspired the laurel wreath (like that of Caesar).
The papal tiara is also a descendant, head covering of the popes, it is once again a sign of distinction and of social position superior to the people.
More generally, it is also spoken of as the consecration of the gods and a sign of divine protection.
Crowns are an identification symbol in the tattoo world, they signify dignity, power, royalty, access to a higher rank for the tattooed, royal power, divine power …
Associated with one or more first names, we often observe this motif accompanied by the first name (s) of the children of the wearer and the crown is then completed by a lettering tattoo .
Like a little prince who is born greeted with a crown …
As for the styles that lend themselves best to this, we can mention the realistic tattoo where the pattern is often accompanied by roses, it is also not uncommon to see crowns stitched in girly and high tattoo style. in colour.
For the most common parts of the body, we can cite the neck and back, arms, feet, and the tattoo on the hand.
You are free to choose where you want to be tattooed, but we remind you that depending on the pattern, a location on your body can be more complicated to tattoo than another, with a more or less pretty rendering as well.
Your tattoo artist, or future tattoo artist will most likely be of excellent advice!