Elephant Sculpture(316 items)
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I got this for a friend who loves elephants as a housewarming present. She thought it was so cute. It is not on a prominent shelf in her living room.
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This was a birthday gift for my husband, he has collected elephants for years. He absolutely loves this!
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Popular Elephant Sculpture
Set of 5 Small Safari Animal Recycled Flip-Flop Sculptures, "Safari"
Working to clean up oceans and waterways, recycle, and employ the local community, Ocean Sole of Kenya creates amazing sculptures from recycled flip-flops. This colorful small sculpture set features 5 safari animals: elephant, rhino, giraffe, lion and warthog. Each sculpture can take as much as 7 hours to create.
Please note: As recycled materials are used, please expect colors and color placement to vary from one sculpture to the next.
2 Green Celadon Ceramic Handcrafted Lucky Elephant Figurines, "Lucky Green Elephants"
Lifting their trunks, two green elephants trumpet their happiness. An important part of Thai culture, elephants are a symbol of Old Siam. Thatsanee and Ramphan craft the pair by hand in the tradition of celadon ceramic arts, renowned for its subtly crackled glaze.
Celadon Ceramic Elephant Figurine by Thai Artisans, "Purposeful Elephant"
Portly and powerful, an elephant strides purposefully through the forest. Elephants are an important part of Thai culture and have been symbols of both power and peace. Working in the renowned celadon tradition, Thatsanee and Ramphan craft this handsome figurine by hand and bathe it in a cool green glaze.
2 Blue Celadon Ceramic Handcrafted Lucky Elephant Figurines, "Lucky Blue Elephants"
Lifting their trunks, two blue elephants trumpet their happiness. An important part of Thai culture, elephants are a symbol of Old Siam. Thatsanee and Ramphan craft the pair by hand in the tradition of celadon ceramic arts, renowned for its subtly crackled glaze.