Adorable Dancing Koala Earrings
For whatever reason, Australia has some really interesting animals, like the kangaroo, the platypus and the koala. Like the kangaroo, the koala is a marsupial – a mammal with a pouch for its baby, which is called a 'joey' and is about the size of a jellybean at birth. It seems like everything about koalas is adorable. Here are two koalas dancing with each other, or at least that's what we'd like to imagine.
I-Love-My-Pet Paw Print and Heart Ring
Here's just the thing for when you and your dog or cat are ready to take your relationship to a new level: a cute sterling silver ring with a small paw print and a little heart. It's a great way to express your love for the one who leaves paw prints on your heart.
Colorful Enameled Silver Hummingbird Earrings
DESCRIPTION The unexpected spotting of a hummingbird is almost like a magical experience, and maybe that's why it's been a spirit animal or totem to many cultures since ancient times. Between flapping their wings incredibly fast and the humming sound it creates, you could almost think they were more insect than bird. They can even hover while drinking nectar from a flower. And then there's the colorfully iridescent feathers that give them a shiny, almost metallic look.
"I Love My Pet" Heart Paw Print Ring
We love our dogs and cats. With their unique personalities, quirky habits, and affectionate ways, they have the amazing ability to make us happy just by doing what comes naturally. It's no wonder they so quickly become our best friends. With its paw print centerpiece, this ring is all about 'pet love'. A small heart sits to either side and the large pad of the paw is made up of an upside down heart.
Little Lucky Elephant Necklace
Little Ladylike Lucky Elephant Necklace. Although “little elephant” might sound like an oxymoron - like the term Jumbo Shrimp - we think it's an appropriate description for this necklace.For one thing, it's very small – hardly 5/8 of an inch from tip of upraised trunk to tip of stubby tail. Also the typically stocky and cumbersome mass that usually comes to mind when you think of elephants has been transformed into a cute, streamlined shape.
Ouroboros Snake Circle Pendant
Ouroboros Snake Circle Necklace. When the ouroboros was first used to decorate a golden sarcophagus in the tomb of King Tut (Tutankhamen) in Egypt more than 3,300 years ago, it looked much like this necklace: A snake coiled into a simple circle and eating its own tail.
Silly Pig Face Earrings
Silly Pig Face Earrings. One sure way to make people smile would be to wear these cute pig earrings.They look a lot like a small child's drawing, which means that each of the pigs' defining features has been distilled to its very essence:The snout is a ring around two dots, which are the nostrils. The eyes are another pair of dots that look like the nostrils, only spaced a little wider.
Tiny Mythical Unicorn Pendant
Tiny Mythical Unicorn Necklace. Unicorns have been a part of many cultures since early antiquity: In ancient Greece, European folklore, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and even, according to some translations, the Bible.In various places at various times it has been a symbol of purity, grace, and of faithful marriage.
Kissing Giraffes Love Necklace
Kissing Giraffes Love Necklace. With their long, graceful necks, kind faces, short antenna-like horns, and gangly features, gentle giraffes are understandably much beloved creatures.This cute necklace captures a loving giraffe couple in a tender moment, the taller one giving the other a kiss on the forehead, their necks curving to outline a free-form heart shape.
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Benevolent Winding Snake Pendant
When it comes to snakes, most people seem to have an innate fear of them. Maybe that's why the source of evil in the Garden of Eden was a serpent.But there are good snakes as well. Consider that the Hopi Indians in North American included snakes in their rituals asking the gods for fertile lands and good crops; and Africa, Mesopotamia and Iran all had cultures that at some point worshiped the benevolent powers of the snake. Benevolent Winding Snake Necklace