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Our jewelry items with elephants are unique, mostly hand-made and supports philanthropy. We offer beautiful and intricately made "save the elephant" jewelry to emphasise a statement look and at the same time show your commitment to make a difference in this world. Our huge variety of elephant jewelry are for consumers who are environmental conscious and philanthropic minded. Most of the products here are limited as it's uniquely designed by us in Switzerland and produced by our extended family in a province we support in the Philippines.
If you are looking to buy your very first unique elephant jewelry, you came to the right online shop. Not only do we offer free shipping, but we also carry the largest elephant jewelry selection, at the cheapest price possible. Here is an overview of your advantages with Style Tourista:
1. Look good by wearing our elephant jewelry for every occasion.
It may be one of the oldest forms of human adornment, but the humble jewelry has evolved. From simple hoops to statement climbers and mix and match studs, as Style Tourista explains "the modern way to stay fashionable is to ornament yourself with fabulous jewelry: wear your earrings during the day to shine in a Zoom meeting, instagram your selfies with a cool new elephant necklaces, wear a elephant bracelet charity cause around your arm or glam it up in the evening with a big statement elephant ring."
2. 10% of profits from the sales of elephant jewelry helps elephants at risk.
Style Tourista donates 10% of yearly profits to charities that help children and animals. The percentage of elephant jewelry sales will reflect on the portion donated and will specifically go to a selected elephant foundation. To know more, view our Charity Page. You may support our cause by either purchasing a elephant jewelry or by clicking the donate button below.
3. The largest elephant jewelry selection in the world.
At Style Tourista, we strive to offer you the largest varieties of all different types of elephant jewelry available. With over 500+ unique elephant styles, we carry the largest selection of any online jewelry shop in the world. If you do not find your fashion piece here, you won’t find it anywhere else.
4. Fast and free 1-5 days delivery in the USA and in Switzerland.
We know the excitement of waiting on your new ice piece, that’s why all of our orders will be delivered free of charge with USPS First Class Mail only in the US / via Swiss Post in Switzerland. This means, it literally only takes 1-5 days till your jewelry arrives at your doorstep. All of our jewelry pieces are discretely and fragile proof packaged and shipped.
5. Cheapest prices on elephant necklaces.
If you shop at Style Tourista, you never have to worry about over-priced jewelry. We always offer certain elephant jewelry for as low as $9.95. Also, check back for weekly promotions that let you save even more. In addition, we make sure that our prices are always the lowest compared to industry standards.
6. Secure and safe payment.
You can conveniently pay your ice bong over VISA, MasterCard or PayPal. All of your data is protected and should you be unhappy with your elephant earrings, you can always return it back within 10 days free of charge.
There are many different types of cute elephants jewelry walking around across the globe, but you may find an array of varieties within Style Tourista.
1. Elephant Earrings
Our elephant earrings ranges from elephant drop earrings, to natural rattan earrings, to rattan elephant earrings, white elephant earrings and more.
2. Elephant Necklaces
Our elephant necklaces ranges from natural elephant necklaces, to white elephant necklaces, to grey elephant necklaces and more.
3. Elephant Rings
Our elephant rings ranges from moon round elephant ring, to elephant skull rings, to black round elephant ring and more.
4. Elephant Bracelets
Our elephant bracelets ranges from elephant stone bracelets, to elephant charms bracelet and more.
Elephants are ecosystem engineers and play a vital role in their native habitats, helping maintain the rich biodiversity of the spaces they share with other wildlife. Though elephants are native to only Africa and Asia, they hold significant cultural and symbolic meaning around the world. WWF focuses on conserving the world's largest land mammal in landscapes across both Asia and Africa.
1. Indian Elephant Jewelry
Elephants are not only a cultural icon in India and throughout Asia, they also help to maintain the integrity of their forest and grassland habitats. Two years ago this month, China took the monumental step of banning elephant ivory trade within the country. Dec. 31, 2017 was the last day it was legal to buy or sell ivory there. Habitat loss forces elephants to seek alternative food sources in the many farms, settlements and plantations that have replaced their ancient forest homes. Elephants are large and destructive animals and small farmers can lose their entire livelihood overnight from an elephant raid. Elephants have also caused millions of dollars of damage to large agricultural operations. As a result of their destructive raids, elephants are often killed in retaliation.
2. Asian Elephant Jewelry
The Asian elephant is the largest land mammal on the Asian continent. They inhabit dry to wet forest and grassland habitats in 13 range countries spanning South and Southeast Asia. While they have preferred forage plants, Asian elephants have adapted to surviving on resources that vary based on the area. In Malaysian state of Sabah, WWF is helping to establish a wildlife corridor through a palm oil plantation to connect two reserves, which will protect crops and allow wildlife to roam freely.
3. African Bush Elephant Jewelry
African bush elephants are also known as African savanna elephants. Their range spans a variety of habitats, from the open savanna to the desert, and can be found in most African countries. African elephants live up to 70 years—longer than any other mammal except humans. Because elephants require substantial amounts of food and a large area in which to forage, habitat destruction across their range is a major threat to survival. As of late, poaching has caused the most serious damage to African bush elephant populations, with approximately 25,000 being lost every year.
4. Borneo Elephant Jewelry
The Bornean Elephant is found in the Lower Kinabatangan floodplain in the state of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo and, occasionally, in the Indonesian state of East Kalimantan. Generally they are found in lowland forest, which in the Kinabatangan is seasonally inundated with floodwaters. There are an estimated 1,000-1,600 individuals left and the largest population is found in the Lower Kinabatangan floodplain. Unfortunately, the increase in global demand for palm oil has led to increased human-elephant conflict and the elephants are now severely threatened by habitat loss as deforestation for oil palm plantations and logging continues.
5. African Forest Elephant Jewelry
The Bornean Forest elephants are an elusive subspecies of African elephants and inhabit the densely wooded rainforests of west and central Africa. Their preference for dense forest habitat prohibits traditional counting methods such as visual identification. Their population is usually estimated through "dung counts"—an analysis on the ground of the density and distribution of the feces. Forest elephants are found in dense forests and are essential for the germination of many rain forest trees. The seeds of these trees only germinate after passing through the elephant’s digestive tract.
African elephants have less room to roam than ever before as expanding human populations convert land for agriculture, settlements and developments. The elephants’ range shrank from three million square miles in 1979 to just over one million square miles in 2007. Commercial logging, plantations for biofuels and extractive industries like logging and mining not only destroy habitat but also open access to remote elephant forests for poachers. Poverty, armed conflict and the displacement of people by civil conflict also add to habitat loss and fragmentation. All of these push elephants into smaller islands of protected areas and hinder elephants’ freedom to roam.
6. Sri Lankan Elephant Jewelry
The Sri Lankan elephant is one of three subspecies of the Asian elephant. The species as a whole is recognized as being the largest land animal in Asia and the Sri Lankan type is the largest of the species. With a population that only includes a few thousand individuals, these elephants are actively conserved and are considered at risk of further population decline. Geographically, they are limited to the island of Sri Lanka situated off the southern coast of India. Fragmentation of their habit, narrowing of geographic range and frequent lethal interactions with humans are all contributing factors in their decline. A small and declining population has prompted conservationists to classify the Sri Lankan elephant as endangered. Continued habitat fragmentation due to the expansion of human settlements and growing agricultural areas is a significant threat. Historically, these elephants were frequently targeted for hunting and extermination until the 20th century, which decimated the natural population.
WWF works with wildlife managers, governments, and local communities to stop poaching, reduce human-wildlife conflict, maintain connectivity, and improve monitoring and research. As wild spaces shrink, elephants and humans are forced into contact with often tragic results. WWF helps prevent and mitigate elephant-human conflict through various programs, including deterrents to keep elephants out of fields, adapting farming practices, and creating wildlife corridors to facilitate seasonal movement of elephants.
Today, the greatest threat to African elephants is wildlife crime, primarily poaching for the illegal ivory trade, while the greatest threat to Asian elephants is habitat loss and resulting human-elephant conflict. WWF uses its expertise in policy, wildlife trade, advocacy, and communications, and engages with communities and other stakeholders in an effort to protect elephants and their habitats.
WWF works with elephant range state governments, local people, and non-governmental partners to secure a future for this keystone species by thinking beyond protected areas. Although significant elephant populations are now confined to well-protected areas, less than 20% of African elephant habitat is under formal protection. In Asia, on average, 70% of the wild elephant population lives outside protected areas. WWF advocates for large conservation landscapes like KAZA, which is located in southern Africa and is the largest terrestrial transboundary conservation area in the world. Home to around 225,000 elephants, WWF works to maintain this space to provide elephants freedom to roam.