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Bejeweled Wish-Fulfilling Elephant with Trunk Down

Bejeweled Wish-Fulfilling Elephant with Trunk Down
Bejeweled Wish-Fulfilling Elephant with Trunk Down Bejeweled Wish-Fulfilling Elephant with Trunk Down
SKU: SKU1666 (Out Of Stock)
Weight : 260.00g ( 0.57 lbs)
Dim: 2.25x1.5x1.75 in (5.7x3.8x4.4 cm)
Material: Metal

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Within its body, it boasts a hidden compartment - this serves as a 'wish fulfilling box'.

This glamorous hand-made Bejewelled Wish-Fulfilling Elephant has been intricately embedded with dazzling crystals and accented with colorful enamel. The numerous glittering gems and the resplendent gold finish are a representation of abundant riches and wealth. Within its body, it boasts a hidden compartment, easily open and closed with a magnetic clasp – this serves as a “wish fulfilling box”, in which the beholder inscribes their wish on a slip of paper and locks it in the compartment.

A work of beauty, this impressive Bejeweled Wish-Fulfilling Elephant is absolutely striking when shone with lights, attracting many admiring eyes, as well as emitting vibes of prosperous chi and the good traits the item represents.

Elephants are long revered creatures in many cultures. They are symbols of insight, strength, noble qualities, fertility, virility and intelligence in countries ranging from China to India and Africa. Their majesty, intuition and supremacy in the animal kingdom is unmatched. Their wisdom has been much respected by biologists and spiritualists alike.

The mother of Buddha dreamt of a pure white elephant before his birth making elephants an icon of fertility and one of the 8 holy animals in Buddhism. They are very auspicious for this reason as symbols of blessings for a good birth, as the mother’s birth of Buddha was nearly painless, while she stood under a sacred tree.

In Hinduism the elephant god Ganesha is known as the remover of obstacles and is one of the most loved and revered gods in the pantheon. Elephants are also known as symbols of stateliness and royalty because in ancient times, riding upon them was reserved only for the most supreme deities or nobles.

Elephants can thus serve many symbolic purposes in feng shui. They are very useful for couples or newly weds eager for a gifted newborn as well as anyone trying to conceive. They are also great symbols of power, longevity and sanctity of the household. Some know elephants as benevolent wish granters, while others swear by their ability in bringing great peach blossom energy or love luck. Either way, one can hardly deny the strength and majesty of the elephant as protector of the household.  

Here are some placements of elephants to benefit the feng shui of your home:

  1. An elephant of pair of elephants at the front door guards, strengthens and brings good luck to the household. Especially desirable with trunks spacing upwards in victory, these icons can sometimes be called “the elephants of many blessings.” They also help stop any beneficial chi energy from leaving your house. 
  2. If you are looking to have a child, placing an elephant statue in your bedroom will be most advantageous. In feng shui the number 7 represents children, so having a group of 7 elephants as a lucky charm in the bedroom or a mother and baby elephant together can prove most helpful.
  3. If you are trying to succeed and have been unsuccessful, placing an elephant in the West sector can bring about the charm of descendant luck.
  4. Elephants are said to be beneficial for increasing your child’s scholastic success, place an elephant where the child most often does their homework.
  5. Placing a pair of outward facing Feng Shui elephants prominently on your office desk is said to strengthen your resistance to your opponents and grant your success in business pursuits.
  6. Rub your elephants trunk to make a wish, because elephants are known for such boons.

When an elephant’s trunk is facing downward it is symbolic of benevolence and the sharing of the great gifts of the elephant. When the elephant’s trunk is lifted up it is a symbol of victory, triumph and abundance. Elephants provide protection for the beholder and shine and sparkle with grace, emanating good chi to all around them.

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