Reversible Silver & Turquoise Feather Kokopelli Large Pendant Gary Henry 8E23B


$ 440.00


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Description: Kokopelli is the mystical motif that appears throughout the southwest and throughout the Americas.  He is often depicted as a hump-back flute player. The kokopelli is thought to be a symbol of abundance and fertility.

This piece is a stunning example of classic Navajo jewelry. This piece is handmade out of sterling silver and genuine stones.

Gary Henry is a Navajo silversmith who is from Canyon De Chelly, Arizona. He is known for his double-sided jewelry pieces that are decorated on both sides. Gary has been making jewelry for 40+ years and his work is featured at Canyon De Chelly National Park Visitor Center.

Chains that are photographed with the pendant are for illustration purposes, and are NOT included.          

Material: Sterling Silver, Turquoise          

Dimensions: 2-3/4" x 1-1/2"            

Weight (in grams): 26.5           

Hallmark/Signature: G. Henry, Sterling


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