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.
Gaspeite is a natural stone that is a vibrant green color, sometimes almost fluorescent. It was first found in the Gaspe Peninsula in Canada (hence its name). It is recent discovery, 1966. This stone very rare as there are only a few places that it is found. Most gaspeite comes from Australia.
Material: Sterling Silver, Turquoise, Spiny Oyster Shell, Coral, Sugilite, Lapis, Gaspeite
Dimensions: 1-1/8" x 2-5/8"
Weight (in grams): 6.1
Hallmark/Signature: TSF (Touch of Santa Fe), Sterling