This necklace was made by a Native American artist for the Wapiti Company, an Indigenous sourced whole-sale co-op. This Kokopelli pendant is made of .925 sterling silver, with cut-out designs. The one inch long pendant is strung on a eight inch sterling silver chain, closed with a spring ring clasp.
Kokopelli (koh-koh-pell-ee) is a deity and symbol of fertility recognized by several Native American groups in the Southwestern part of the country. Like other fertility gods, Kokopelli is known to preside over both agriculture and childbirth. Aside from being revered as a fertility god, Kokopelli is also recognized as a trickster. He also represents playfulness and the spirit of music, primarily due to his flute-playing image.