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Handcrafted  Resin Elephant Teak Wood Teakwood Wooden Boxes

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We all love these boxes, whatever you need a tiny box for this is your answer. My Husband keeps Guitar picks in his, I keep emergency homeopathic pills in mine, some customers use them for incense and decoration, we truly adore them!

Resin Elephant Teak Wood Teakwood Wooden Boxes

These are boxes made of teak wood, the wood famous for its great resistance to insects. The elephants are made of resin. The boxes are 3 3/8 * 2 1/4 * 1 3/16 inches. (please allow 1/8" different because they are handmade)



In China, India and Africa, the elephant is a symbol for power, dignity, intelligence and peace.

The elephant is generally considered a symbol of good luck and the animal is a symbol of good fortune. Elephants in Asia are symbolizing a kind of divinity and benevolence and that is why in the recent Asia there are still religious ceremonies where offering is made to the elephants, they wash them and anoint them with special oils and pigments so that the community be blessed with good will. They also symbolize wisdom, loyalty, strength, fidelity and longevity.

As a symbol of wisdom, the elephant is said to attain old age and with all its wisdom. The animal is highly revered for its strength and power. With different species, the white elephant having been chosen by Buddha was because he wanted to use it for his many incarnations. The white elephant is a rare animal and their appearance today will still be considered a phenomenon of the gods. It is the most positive animal symbol known with no negative consequence. There are several lessons we can learn from the elephant and these too are used as its symbol: strength, wisdom, solitude, strong sense of loyalty to the family and intelligence. Other communities still consider the Elephant to be a strong symbol of luck. And thus the saying goes keep a lucky elephant at the door to your house so that you can get protection from bad luck.