This Native American Navajo Kokopelli Pendant with inlaid stones of Wild Horse and Black Onyx accents is set in sterling silver. The artist, Lester James inlay work is meticulous. Add your own silver chain or wear this with a beaded necklace or it also looks great when paired with a leather necklace.
The legendary Kokopelli was a hump-backed flute player that served the Native American Indian cultures as a symbol of courtship, fertility and peaceful trade. He is also know for melting the winter snow and bringing about the spring rains for a successful harvest. Wearing Kokopelli jewelry conveys best wishes for a joyful life.
Artist – Lester James, Navajo Native American artist
Total length including the bale is 2 5/8″ x 1″ at the widest point
Weights 8.50 grams
MADE IN THE USA
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Wild Horse is the name given to this stone, whose geological name is magnesite which is a mixture magnesite/hematite. This stone that was discovered in the mid-90’s near the Globe copper mine in the Gila wilderness area of southern Arizona and only comes from there.