This versatile elephant pin- pendant has both a pin and a loop on the back to slip your chain through. Whoever invented this concept was a genius. Feel like wearing a large pendant one day? Just slip a gold chain through the loop in the back and wear it around your neck. The next day, as the mood strikes you, slip out the chain and pin your gold elephant jewelry to your favorite jacket.
Elephants use body language to communicate between each other. For this purpose they may change their position or move their tail, head, ears or trunk in a certain way. The trunk is an important part of the communication between elephants. The mother elephant uses her trunk to caress and guide her baby. Elephants about to mate also use their trunks in a caressing and loving way to touch each other.
When elephants reach puberty, the females stay and the bulls leave to join their own herds. Sometimes they live alone, which seems rather sad!
This gold elephant pin pendant is a fairly large and expensive piece, but for a really special elephant lover, the look on her face when you surprise her with this it will make it all worthwhile!
I’m Merry Rosenfield, the jewelry artist who created The Magic Zoo. I have a deeply wonderful life that combines my love of animals with my art. I hope you enjoy exploring my work – perhaps you’ll find your beloved pet or favorite animal in one of my designs!