Kokopelli is an ancient Native American figure - a hunchbacked, dancing flute player who was found on ancient American rock carvings. The origins of Kokopelli are a mystery. He is generally believed to have been a fertility symbol, often depicted as a phallic character, carrying a pouch of seeds, or wearing antlers. He often appears in the context of rain, pregnancy, prosperity, and marriage.
This kiln-fired bronze key ring charm is smooth, comfortable in your hand. Almost replaces a "worry stone" as it feels good to hold.
Fits into pockets without being bulky. Artisan handmade as one-of-a-kind.
Overall length, including gold-toned metal keyring holder: 3 inches
Bronze Kokopelli Charm: 1 inches x 1.5 inches
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