Elephant color change earrings trunks up for good luck
These are wonderful elephant color change earrings with trunks up for good luck. If you love elephants you will want to have these color change carved stone animals earrings with a color change accent!
Each day can bring challenges, why not face them with a secret piece of jewelry that give you the inner strength and reminds you of you BIG heart and large abilities.
Elephants are known to represent wisdom and wisdom comes in many forms! You can be wise about your current mood by checking the color of the topper bead that changes color with your mood. These elephant will likely keep you in the cool blue to violet range, go green when you are calm. Watch out for the amber or black tones .. you need to take a pachyderm meditation moment if you find your mood slipping into these tones!
On silver lever back ear wires, these artisan designed earrings are sure to be a perfect gift for you or someone you know who love the zen of the elephant!
These earrings are inspired by my experiences with wild elephants in Sri Lanka. The Sri Lankan subspecies is the largest and also the darkest of the Asian elephants, with patches of depigmentation—areas with no skin color—on its ears, face, trunk and belly. Once found throughout the tear-shaped island at the bottom of India’s southern tip, these elephants are now being pushed into smaller areas as development activities clear forests and disrupt their ancient migratory routes. The herd size in Sri Lanka ranges from 12-20 individuals or more. It is led by the oldest female, or matriarch.
Because there’s so little time in the day to just sit down and relax, I’ve designed jewelry that brings that moment of Zen directly to you…
I combine the metaphysical powers of natural stones and gems with the healing properties of essential oils.
The combination works holistically to heal the mind, body, and soul. You’ll finally be able to enjoy a bit of calm during your hectic schedule with NO extra effort involved.
Here is a fun example of what it is like to see the Sri Lankan elephants!