The legend of Kokopelli is a very old one - about 3000 years old. One of the few petroglyphs to have a name and a gender, Kokopelli represents a number of ideas, mostly centering on fertility. He is represented as having a hunch back, and playing a flute. Everywhere he travels, the grain flourishes, and many babies are born. He is known as a trickster, and spreads joy everywhere he dances and plays his flute.
This rendition for you is comprised of Turquoise beads and heishi, Black Onyx rondelles, generous chunks of Red Coral, and two large Sterling Silver melon beads, all focussing on the large silver-plated Kokopelli pendant, which is decorated on both sides.
It is finished with a Sterling Silver toggle clasp.
A true image of the heritage of the Southwest, Kokopelli is held sacred by many Native Americans, and should be worn in reverence, and with happiness.