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Navajo silversmith Glenn Sandoval turned his artistic talents to creating the Kokopelli and he went BIG on this one.
In Native American folk lore, the Kokopelli was the symbol of harvest and abundance. That included fertility in the soil and fertility in creating babies. He was also the fun guy of music and dance and if he came to your village, a good time was had by all...or so the legend goes.
For thousands of years, Kokopelli has been depicted as a humpbacked flute player (often with feathers or antenna-like protrusions on his head), who is revered by Native American cultures in the Southwestern United States.
This oversized Kokopelli solid sterling silver figure is not humpbacked. He's standing tall with a straight-back and a curve-around body, holding his flute, with hair flying high. He measures 1 inch across the front (and the side) by 4 1/2 inches high with the large bail, made for a chain or leather cord.
We added the woven sterling silver chain (18 inches long) to give 'Koko' the starring role around your neck. Necklace weighs 40.5 grams.
The inside is marked GS STERLING. Pendent necklace is in excellent vintage condition. Sandoval and Kokopelli bring plenty of abundant silver jewelry magic.
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Big Sterling Silver Navajo KOKOPELLI Flute Player Pendant Necklace Glenn Sandoval
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