Kokopelli: Etched Pendant With Pheasant Feather
Pendant Size: 2 3/8" high by 1 3/4" wide
Cord Length: 20 inches
Cord Material: leather, tan suede, copper “S” clasp
Symbolism: Joy, Fertility, Creativity
Probably the most widely recognized Native American symbol, the image of the Kokopelli has been found drawn on and carved into rocks dating back to prehistoric times. The hunchbacked, flute playing symbol is threaded throughout Native American culture with varying legends from tribe to tribe. But a general common theme appears often: Kokopelli, a fertility God or deity, traveled from village to village playing his music as a harbinger of joy. Some believed the sack he carried on his back contained songs and seeds. The songs of his flute changed the seasons from winter to spring, brought rain that ensured a bountiful harvest and stimulated creativity.
Whether the seeds he planted bore crops, babies or artistic creation, all of these fruits represent joy. No matter the form of joy you wish this Kokopelli pendant to bring into your life, the happy little dancing figure is ready and willing to be your special talisman.
Your pendant will arrive strung on a 20" suede leather cord with a wire-wrapped hand-forged copper "S" clasp. The bail is wide enough to accept virtually any chain that you may already have… making your pendant a versatile addition to your collection. A jewelry care guide is included with every purchase and returns are hassle-free. Click the add to cart button and claim this pendant as your own today!