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We are thrilled to be launching several pieces from our Wildlife Jewels Lapis Lazuli the Elephant Collection on this World Elephant Day!
In honor of World Elephant Day 2021, for the entire month of August FashWand will be donating 10% of our Lapis Lazuli the Elephant proceeds to selected Wildlife Conservation Foundations.
In addition FashWand will be donating selected products from Lapis Lazuli the Elephant Collection to selected Wildlife Conservation foundations who are helping save the elephant. If you are a non-profit, to see how you can qualify for this special donation please Contact Us.
About the Collection: A striking collection including couture gowns, dresses, scarves, and luxurious sportswear taking inspiration from one of the most beautiful yet endangered animals, the elephant.
About the original painting: Lapis Lazuli The Elephant Original Painting hand painted by Azi, inspired the majestic elephant. Painting size is 48" x 36" Acrylic Paint on white paper.
The natural beauty of the elephant, the gemstone Lapis Lazuli, and intricate details of wildlife & ancient architecture were the inspiration for this beautiful painting. The details are inspired by the patterns of tropical fish, wild cats, and the classic beauty of Indo-European designs. The stunning Elephant is decorated with tiny golden dots resembling gold and gemstones.
About The Elephant: Elephants can be found in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, in different habitats including Savannah, forests, deserts and marshes. They are emotional, highly intelligent, and social, and live in family groups generally led by the eldest elephant. Elephants can live up to 70 years, and they communicate by touch, sight, smell and sound. Elephant intelligence has been compared with that of primates and cetaceans. They are known to have self-awareness and show empathy. Unfortunately, elephants are being tortured as working animals and poached to extinction for their ivory tusks. More than 100,000 elephants have been killed in Africa the last three years. Every 15 minutes, one elephant is killed for its tusks. African elephants are listed as vulnerable and the Asian elephant is classified as endangered. If nothing changes, elephants may become extinct within the next 10 years.
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