I just had a look in Raymond Notleys book entitled: Popular Glass of the 19th & 20th Centuries (Millers). It appears to show an identical elephant, which is labelled as ROSE. It looks like it's white, but there is a barely discernable (from the photo anyway) rose blush to the deeper body section. I suppose the photo could be inaccurate colourwise? Edit: Pamela's photo IS the elephant in question, isn't it?
Your registration number is given in the book too.
As Leni has pointed out, the rose colour is very scarce. The price in the book says (take a deeeeeeep breath) $3,200 - $4,800. The book neglects to give the size of the elephant shown.