George V Novelty Silver Elephant With Raised Trunk Pin Cushion

Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1913
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A rare Edwardian novelty silver Pin Cushion modeled as an Elephant with its trunk raised, complete with original velvet cushion.

By Levi & Salaman, Birmingham, 1913.

The elephant is associated with Buddha and the Indian deity Ganesh and can be used to symbolize power, wisdom, strength, protection of the home, fertility, and general good luck. Many Feng Shui practitioners believe that elephants should have their trunks facing upwards to represent prosperity, good luck, and success.

£560.00

Condition
In good condition with no damage or repair, a couple of minor surface dents
Dimensions
H
29 mm (1.14 inches)
W
45 mm (1.77 inches)
D
25 mm (0.98 inches)
Weight
12.00 Grams (0.39 troy ounces)
Country
England
Stock Code
TRS250919B
Medium
Silver