There are chryselephantine statues, but no purely elephantine ones.
chryselephantine, kris-el-e-fan′tin, adj. noting the art of making statues jointly of gold and ivory.
The great statue of Athene by Phidias was of this "chryselephantine" work.
In the chryselephantine, or ivory statues of Jove and Minerva, by Phidias, art was made a handmaid to religion.
The chryselephantine statue of Zeus at Olympia was his work.
His greatest work was the chryselephantine statue of Hera for her temple between Argos and Mycenæ.
The cella or naos was built to enshrine the chryselephantine statue of Athena by Pheidias.
All three wrought in chryselephantine gold and ivory; the gold with flowing pallid highlights.
Their hair is short and curls at the back of their heads like the hair of the chryselephantine Hermes.
In sculpture he favours the use of varicoloured materials in the manner of the Greek chryselephantine sculpture.