The Dheva Tong Elephant was designed by Srichian Watchira for the Bangkok 2015 Parade. Dheva is a guardian, showing the elegance of Thai beliefs and the beauty of its culture.
An Elephant Parade Original is a truly heartfelt gift to give and to own. All elephants are hand-painted by talented artists, are part of an exclusive limited series and their sales raise income for elephant conservation charities. Barring the 75cm all elephants are presented in a smart black gift box with a hologram of authenticity and a certificate listing the artist, series, production number, year and parade city.
Elephants are known for their wisdom, strength and as a symbol of good fortune. In Feng Shui it brings energies of beauty, silent power, kindness, fertility & majesty to your home, office a place of work. To welcome such positivity into your life ensure your elephant is facing inward, perhaps just inside the front door.
You can personalise Elephants for weddings, celebrations and all events simply email us at [email protected] to find out how you can bring good vibes to your family, friends, colleagues and customers with a unique gift that brings fortune and gives back to Elephants!
As Original elephants are painted by hand no two are the same. Cut-out images are mainly of the 20cm version, variations in the details of a design between sizes are possible depending on the design complexity. Images are not to scale, lifestyle images tend to feature full size elephant originals so the artwork may differ to smaller originals.
Elephant Parade is a social enterprise running the worlds largest art exhibition of decorated elephant statues to raise awareness and funds for elephant conservation as, without help, experts predict the Elephant could become extinct within 30 years.
Elephant Family is Elephant Parades charity partner. They are a leading charity for Asian elephants, a species which has lost 95% of its habitat and 90% of its population in the past 100 years. They work with world-renowned conservation experts to deliver the best possible defence against the destruction of Asian elephants, and the diverse wildlife that share their habitat.
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