Sparrow Tattoos

Sparrow Tattoos“My #1 Top Sparrow Tattoos Gallery Pick”

Sparrows are small, brown-gray birds with short tails and stubby beaks. Sparrow tats are significant because, years ago, seeing sparrows meant to sailors that they were close to home. Since sparrows only fly so far from the shore, that meant that they were at the end of their journey. So it became a tradition for sailors to get a sparrow tattoo for every 5,000 nautical miles of travel.

Sparrows have their own special symbolism, and have been featured prominently in several works of literature. You may not perceive the common sparrow as the bird of love, but historically the sparrow is a symbol of everlasting love and loyalty. When sparrows mate, they mate for life. Sparrow’s wing position or direction has no true significance except to the wearer.

They can also be used for remembrance tattoos, as the person who has passed has ended their journey here, and are in their eternal home.

Tattoos of sparrow designs got very popular after Johnny Depp’s Pirates of the Caribbean featuring the main character of Jack Sparrow. People want to be like Jack Sparrow and because they admire the character, they are getting these tattoos. Some women are getting tattooed with sparrow designs, because they are drawn to the sexiness of the character.

Just remember that swallows and sparrows are not the same bird and have vastly different meaning between them. So words swallow and sparrow cannot be used interchangeably.

Looking for the right sparrow tattoo design is very easy today. There are many places that have sparrow designs and patterns. One such a place is Chopper Tattoo.

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