Here’s your opportunity to own a large hand-carved mango wood elephant crafted in Thailand. There’s actually an entire herd of these gorgeous elephant figures, but they are finding homes fast and will only be available to adopt for a short time. The elephant shown in this photo is called #2. She weighs 3 lbs and is 9 inches tall. The beautiful mango wood gets darker as finish is applied. Right now, #2 has only a light application of clear oil.
You can bid on this wonderful carved elephant right now. Don’t dawdle… the first bid has already been received. This eBay auction ends next Monday (Feb 2) at about 4 PM. After that you’ll likely be out of luck.
Not only will you be acquiring a unique work of hand crafted art, but you’ll also be helping to support a real elephant hospital in Thailand. Friends of the Asian Elephant (FAE) Elephant Hospital treats sick and injured elephants at no cost to their owners and depends on donations from caring people worldwide. Jody Stickney is donating 100% of this sale to FAE, so your money will go far… and you’ll have a valuable elephant too!
Note: 2/5 update. I’m happy to say that I’m the proud winner of the auction for elephant #2 (shown above) She should arrive in the next few days. Don’t worry if you’ve missed out on any of the auctions to date. There are more eBay auctions in progress right now to benefit FAE.
You’ll love to have this gorgeous glowing Gemmy Sparkle Elephant in your home or, if you can, set her outside for the holidays. She’s nearly baby elephant size, measuring 39 in. tall to the tip of her upraised trunk and approx. 40 in. long from trunk tip to tail. Sparkle glows an elegant gold color lit by 70 LED lights that are pre-wired and is standing on a red ball that flashes.
Sparkle is being auctioned on eBay as a fundraiser for Friends of the Asian Elephant hospital in Thailand, the world’s first hospital just for elephants. Since 1993, they’ve treated more than 3,600 elephants for everything from minor injuries and illness to pregnancy & maternity up to elephants who have even lost a leg stepping on a land mine.They are entirely supported by private donation. So please be generous with your bids. 100% of the winning sales price will be donated to FAE.