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Native American Made Kokopelli Pendant
This Sterling silver pendant with Kokopelli .
The Humpback Flute Player (Kokopelli) is an engaging image that originated in the ancient Anasazi culture and was brought into the present by the Pueblo Indians.
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Native American Navajo Made Pin/Pendant with Kokopelli
This is a wonderful Navajo made inlaid pendant of Kokopelli. He is considered the god of mist, a seducer of women, a baby maker, and a good luck omen for hunters. This Kokopelli has is inlaid with spiny oyster, gaspeite and turquoise. A very clean piece of sterling silver work by an unknown Navajo silversmith.
1.375 in. tall complete
The Humpback Flute Player (Kokopelli) is an engaging image that originated in the ancient Anasazi culture and was brought into the present by the Pueblo Indians. This classic figure of a bent over stick figure playing a flute has been associated with shamanism and supernatural qualities. He is a magical being who, by playing his flute, calls the clouds to make rain. Kokopelli is also a symbol for fertility because he carries seeds and mist in his hump. He is mischievous when it comes to seducing young maidens! It is interesting to note that the hump, an abnormality or deformity, is considered special, even magical. This is a wonderful piece and the overlay is very deep.