There's all sorts of research out there on how elephants are excellent communicators. Apparently they communicate through growls, trumpets, squeals, skrieks and infrasonic rumbles too low in pitch for humans to hear.
Elephants can use rumbles to determine the location of other elephants' locations. Based on the strength of the rumble and the voice of the rumbler, they can tell where friends and family members are located.
In fact, elephants' low-frequency rumbles can travel over two kilometers (1.2 miles), and some studies suggest that the sounds travel up to 10 km (6.21 miles). Not only do these vibrations travel through the air. They can be transmitted through the ground. Elephants can sense these long-distance seismic vibrations through their feet or by pressing their trunks to the ground.
It can be assumed, then, that the elephants on this bracelet and these earrings are superb communicators.
If they played a pachyderm version of the game Telephone, it would NOT go like this.
Czech Glass Elephant #1: I stepped on a cheetah on the savannah.
Cloisonne Elephant #1: Who dropped lion spit on my bandanna?
Czech Glass Elephant #2: He arm-wrestled a monkey for his banana.
Cloisonne Elephant #2: There's a farm-tested wildebeest in Havana.
Czech Glass Elephant #3: Where's the charm school for zebras at the Tropicana?
Cloisonne Elephant #3: There's no rule about eating dead lantana.
Czech Glass Elephant #4: What kind of fool eats a cigar from Havannah?
Tiber Silver Elephant #2: I stepped on a cheetah on the savannah.
Try it for yourself and see what they say right here.