"This non-tarnish, silver alloy Kokopelli charm (1 3/4 inch long) is adorned with small, Native American inspired Czech and glass beads in turquoise, red and yellow. It hangs from a silicone cord (18 inch - 2.2mm) which is a great alternative to leather!
Kokopelli is an ancient character....a dancing flute player whose oldest manifestation is found on on prehistoric American rock carvings. The origins of the figure are a mystery, and he figures in many Native American stories, where his age and role vary. He is generally believed to have been a fertility symbol, often depicted as a phallic character, carrying a pouch of seeds, or wearing antlers. Kokopelli symbols often appear in the context of rain, pregnancy, prosperity, and marriage."