Lucky Green Elephants

2 Green Celadon Ceramic Handcrafted Lucky Elephant Figurines

$23.99
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SKU: 228922
Description
Lifting their trunks, two green elephants trumpet their happiness. An important part of Thai culture, elephants are a symbol of Old Siam. Thatsanee and Ramphan craft the pair by hand in the tradition of celadon ceramic arts, renowned for its subtly crackled glaze.
  • Celadon ceramic
  • 0.26 lbs
  • 2.6 inches H x 1.9 inches W x 2.6 inches D
  • Made in Thailand

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Thatsanee and Ramphan

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Ceramic elephants

    Posted by Linda on Aug 20th 2020

    These pale green lucky elephants are perfect. Smooth to the touch and made well, they fit right in with my collection.

  • 5
    Adorable

    Posted by Sarah on May 1st 2018

    My daughter loved these little elephants. She specifically wanted something from Thailand.

  • 5
    love my elephants

    Posted by Claire on Jun 19th 2016

    Talent

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    This artist uses traditional techniques handed down through the generations and/or creates culturally significant items, helping keep these traditions alive.

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