Tattoo Chair-tattoo equipment

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Tattoo Chair-tattoo equipment

$4,200.00 $3,700.00

  1. High quality, appealing design, affordable price
  2. Soft and comfortable
  3. Stainless steel +leather,
  4. New design with multiple positioning possibilities.
  5. Adjustable height for maximum convenience.
  6. 360-degree rotation make it suitable for you
  7. The newest design, which keeps abreast of the modern fashion.
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Features
  1. High quality, appealing design, affordable price
  2. Soft and comfortable
  3. Stainless steel +leather,
  4. New design with multiple positioning possibilities.
  5. Adjustable height for maximum convenience.
  6. 360-degree rotation make it suitable for you
  7. The newest design, which keeps abreast of the modern fashion.

Preserved tattoos on ancient mummified human remains reveal that tattooing has been practiced throughout the world for many centuries. In 2015, scientific re-assessment of the age of the two oldest known tattooed mummies identified Ötzi as the oldest example then known. This body, with 61 tattoos, was found embedded in glacial ice in the Alps, and was dated to 3250 BCE. In 2018, the oldest figurative tattoos in the world were discovered on two mummies from Egypt which are dated between 3351 and 3017 BCE.

Ancient tattooing was most widely practiced among the Austronesian people. It was one of the early technologies developed by the Proto-Austronesians in Taiwan and coastal South China prior to at least 1500 BCE, before the Austronesian expansion into the islands of the Indo-Pacific. It may have originally been associated with headhunting. Tattooing traditions, including facial tattooing, can be found among all Austronesian subgroups, including Taiwanese AboriginesIslander Southeast AsiansMicronesiansPolynesians, and the Malagasy people. Austronesians used the characteristic hafted skin-puncturing technique, using a small mallet and a piercing implement made from Citrus thorns, fish bone, bone, and oyster shells.

Ancient tattooing traditions have also been documented among Papuans and Melanesians, with their use of distinctive obsidian skin piercers. Some archeological sites with these implements are associated with the Austronesian migration into Papua New Guinea and Melanesia. But other sites are older than the Austronesian expansion, being dated to around 1650 to 2000 BCE, suggesting that there was a preexisting tattooing tradition in the region.

Among other ethnolinguistic groups, tattooing was also practiced among the Ainu people of Japan; some Austroasians of IndochinaBerber women of Tamazgha (North Africa);  the YorubaFulani and Hausa people of Nigeria;  Native Americans of the Pre-Columbian Americas; and Picts of Iron Age Britain.

Parameter

 Weight 82KGS/Pc
Color Black/red/green/leopard printing
Package 1 set per box for each tattoo furniture
Size 133*74*79 cm      1CBM
Material leather/metal/foam/PVC/PU/stainless steel
Type tattoo furniture/ tattoo chair/ tattoo bed

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