|Width , cm||7.00|
|Strap Length, cm||10.50|
Four fishlike Jamaican Oy’Nissh Language characters are combined, tail to tail, to form a head exterior cross. The black, gold, and green represent the Jamaican flag colours while the cross the Christian element within the country. The an off white (or pinkish) colour background resonates with the many shells along different parts of the island, including Montego Bay. Chances are, you might find such colour shells at the Doctors’ Cave Beach, etc. The essence of this tag is that the tourist industry in Jamaica is open up for business and it is time to pack your suitcase and head off to the Caribbean while maintaining proper covid protocols.
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.: One-sided print
.: White underside
.: Plastic strap included
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Nigréryn is an Oy’Nissh word which means Destined (from the poem called Terinéssha – “A called to Hope”). The corresponding character, or Veeliksa, is a fishlike design featuring the Jamaican flag colours of black, gold, and green.
Reference – https://www.oynisshdictionary.com/nigreryn/
(Author Oy’Nissh GranDiece on Thursday 25/02/21 at 3:30 pm)
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