Description: This piece is a stunning example of classic Navajo jewelry. This piece is handmade out of sterling silver and genuine stones.
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.
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: 1-1/4" x 2-1/8"
Weight (in grams): 16.6
Hallmark/Signature: G. Henry, Sterling