Rose Tattoos

Rose Tattoos

It cannot be denied that rose tattoos are some of the most requested styles in many tattoo parlors. After all, roses are elegant and beautiful flowers that hold a variety of meanings. For most, they are exquisite symbols of love. Roses were first planted in Persia, modern-day Iran, and they were seen in many varieties. In fact, in the 1940s, tattoos of roses were commonly seen on sailors, as they served as symbols of the girlfriends and wives they had left on land. With the cultivation projects of this species, roses have evolved into being seen as feminine flowers. Now as many women have them as men.

There are many symbolic meanings associated with tattoos of roses. For some, they signify inner beauty. With its thorns, the flower is said to represent the beauty that lies within a person, and not that which can be seen on the outside. For others, rose tattoos are all about love as they are usually the varieties given onValentine’s Day. When images show thorns, they can show that a person should be cautious before entering a relationship. Roses come in many colors and varieties, and the same can be said for rose tattoos. With the many tattoo styles of this fragrant flower, it’s sure to be popular for years to come.





Royal Flush
Banner
Red Rose, Stars & Swirls Tattoo
day of the dead
Rose Vine
rose and stars
Black rose with blood
Intertwined Roses
Rose vine tattoo
Skulls Roses Daisy
Stars and Roses
Floral tribal
rose flower vine
Vintage Wing-Clock
SBink Grey and Green Rose Vine
rose bud with a banner
Majestic Owl chest piece
SBink Stars and Rose vine
Roses & Diamonds Tattoo with Banners
Sbink Green Rose Vine
Realistic Rose
Rose with filigree
SBink Rose Vine
Gothic Girl
Floral and Time
Beaded Rose
Gambling Sugar Skull
Skulls & roses
Pink rose with holly
Skull and Rose