Giraffe Silver Plated Necklace
The Giraffe Silver Plated Necklace is lovely for everyday wear. It is evocative of this instantly recognisable animal, with its long neck and legs, angular head, golden-brown mottle coat and swishing tail. It symbolises grace, confidence and intuition, which are beautiful attributes to carry with you wherever you go. Hold your head high and seize the day when you wear this Giraffe necklace.
Leveraging the Height of the Giraffe
Giraffes are the tallest animals in the world. Both their legs and their necks can measure over 1.8 meters (6 feet). Females can grow as tall as 4.3 meters (14 feet) while males can grow to 5.4 meters (18 feet). Their tall frame gives giraffes the ability to reach trees and branches in order to access vegetation that is inaccessible to most other animals. It symbolises the ability to recognise opportunities when you see them and pursue them wholeheartedly with confidence.
Their height also gives them leverage to spot oncoming threats and predators. In addition, because they are so high up, they tend to use their eyes, rather than their vocal cords, to communicate with one another. Their protective instincts come into play, especially in the presence of their calves. When they see a predator approach, they are not afraid to use their innate strength. Indeed, their powerful kick can easily debilitate enemies. Metaphorically, it encourages you to fight for what you stand for and stick your neck out for the people you care about.
The giraffe certainly does not let its height go to waste and takes full advantage of the benefits it stands to gain from its physique. May it encourage you to do the same, no matter what your shape of size. Stand tall and observe everything through your own lens. This gives you the advantage of bringing your unique perspective. Pair this with the Giraffe Silver Plated Earrings to really stand out from the crowd!
“Tallest of all earthly dwellers, the giraffe erects its stately head far above any animal that walks the face of the globe.” John George Wood
Learn more about the giraffe and its symbolism here.