These Kokopelli ornaments are new this year. They depict the humped back flute player beloved by many of the southwestern Native Americans such as the Hopi tribe. This figure has been in the culture for at least 3,000 years. For example there are prehistoric rock carvings of this deity. Today, Kokopelli usually represents the spirit of music. In addition Kokopelli is seen as a fertility God symbolizing agricultural prosperity.
The artists hand craft these new Kokopelli ornaments out of strong brass. However, the look of the design is light and airy. And colorful. Very colorful. The details are beautiful with classic desert motifs. If you or your gift recipient is ‘in’ to Kokopelli decorations or southwestern art, add one of the Kokopelli ornaments to your collection.