Elephants

An elephant with its trunk up is considered to be lucky. The lucky "trunk up" belief has no apparent origin in Africa, India, or South East Asia where elephants are native, but is widespread in the USA. It may have originated in the west, with the British and Irish belief that a lucky horseshoe must face upward or "the luck will run out." It may also be because the elephant raises its trunk to smell the air to detect potential enemies and friends, thereby avoiding danger or finding a potential mate, both situations being ‘lucky’.l

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Sitting elephant wood carving

Sitting elephant wood carving

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Walking elephant wood carving (small)

Walking elephant wood carving (small)

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Walking elephant wood carving (medium)

Walking elephant wood carving (medium)

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Walking elephant wood carving (large)

Walking elephant wood carving (large)

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Standing elephant wood carving

Standing elephant wood carving

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Carved elephant in Albesia wood

Carved elephant in Albesia wood

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Blanketed elephant wood carving

Blanketed elephant wood carving

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Painted wooden elephant

Painted wooden elephant

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