Kokopelli Gifts

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The flute player of the Southwest.  Many stories have been written about Kokopelli.  His image can be seen throughout the Southwest in many surroundings.  He plays his flute to call the rain.  He loves to pursue the young maidens with his flute playing. He moves from tribe to tribe bringing gifts and music.  The hump on his back is a pack filled with gifts to give to the maidens.  He represents fertility, reproduction and harmony.  

With the numerous representations of this wonderful character I found it difficult to decide which ones to offer.  I have selected a few  on this page that are economical and good representations.  

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Sterling Silver Earrings 1 inch.


Sterling Silver Pendant. 1 1/2inch.

Sterling Silver Pendant
1x 1 3/4 inch.



Sterling Silver Gem Stone Pendant 
2 1/4 inches long 

Man's Watch

Ute Vase
8 inches tall




Horse Hair Kokopelli Navajo
10 inch $36.00
7 1/2 $23.00

Navajo Kokopelli
11 inch




Kokopelli 10 inches Navajo

11"New Mexico Navajo crafted






Kokopelli Leather Shield 10 inches 


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Ute Pot
8 inches tall and 16 inches in diameter. 


Navajo Bud Vase 6 inches



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P.O. Box 1511
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
Phone:  928-300-4781