This Navajo Kokopelli pin/pendant is handcrafted with Sterling Silver and contains a beautiful vivid Turquoise stone. The styling of this piece is a modern interpretation of a Kokopelli. This isn’t simply an aesthetically beautiful piece though; the Kokopelli is an important symbol in Native American culture. The Kokopelli is distinguished by his hunch-back, dancing pose and flute which is said to chase away the Winter and bring about Spring. The name Kokopelli is derived from the Zuni name for god (Koko) and the Indian name for Desert Robber Fly (Pelli). The Kokopelli is known as the fertility god, prankster, healer and storyteller.
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