The kokopelli is mysterious figure who is known as a symbol of good luck and fertility. He is often portrayed with a flute and a hump on his back. His origins date back thousands of years--as he was a common petroglyph.
This piece is designed and handmade by Navajo artist Erick Begay.It is made with the overlay process where two pieces of silver are soldered together. The first piece is pierced with design and the second piece is solder as a backing. The pierced designs are then blackened for an elegant contrast.
In the piece the kokopelli is designed with 12k gold-filled to contrast with the silver border.
They measure 5/8 x 7/8.