Elephant Brooch

Elephant Brooch

£7.99

This hand-made Elephant Brooch has been created by Sue as part of our growing range of brooches. It features the very popular Elephant charm that is one of our craft fair best sellers as a pendant.

Elephant Brooch
Elephant Brooch

This Elephant Brooch is 4.8 cm long and 3.6 cm high. It has a bar to secure it to your clothing. It is made from base metal with a silver coloured coating. This elephant brooch is yours for only £7.99

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This hand-made Elephant Brooch has been created by Sue as part of our growing range of brooches. It features the very popular Elephant charm that is one of our craft fair best sellers as a pendant.

Elephant Brooch
Elephant Brooch

This Elephant Brooch is 4.8 cm long and 3.6 cm high. It has a bar to secure it to your clothing. Sue has made it from a base metal charm with a silver coloured coating. This elephant brooch is yours for only £7.99

This Elephant Brooch for Good Fortune

This representation of a much-loved animal comes with a great deal of positive symbolism. Many African cultures revere the African Elephant as a symbol of strength and power. It is also praised for its size, longevity, stamina, mental faculties, cooperative spirit, and loyalty. South Africa, uses elephant tusks in their coat of arms to represent wisdom, strength, moderation and eternity.

In China, India and Africa, the elephant is a symbol of beauty, power, dignity, intelligence and peace. The elephant is generally considered a symbol of good luck and the animal is a symbol of good fortune.

In Asia elephants symbolize the divine and certain ceremonies even occur in which people make offerings to elephant and wash and anoint them with special oils and colours during various festivals. They do this in order to ask for their family or the community to be blessed with luck and good will because elephants also symbolism strength, good health, and longevity.

Many communities still consider the Elephant is a strong symbol of luck and good fortune and the famous saying goes “keep a lucky elephant at the door to your house so that you can get protection from bad luck and only invite inside the good”.

To the Hindu way of thought, the elephant is found in the form of Ganesha who is the god of luck, fortune, protection and is a blessing upon all new projects. Ganesha in all his magnificently vibrant elephant glory, is intent on bulldozing obstacles on your behalf (in fact, male elephants are  “bulls”).

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