The Kokopelli has a very long and rich history in the desert Southwest of the United States dating back at least 3,000 years. The Kokopelli was thought to be a fertility God, trickster,healer and story teller. It was thought to have had a hunchback and played the flute, and its image has been found painted and carved in to rock walls through out the Southwest. This likeness of the Kokopelli measures 13" tall and 9" wide, it also includes a preattached copper hanger on the back as well.
Each piece of copper art we offer is hand made by our in house artisans. With that in mind no two pieces of art are exactly the same, each one is unique in it's own ways.