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 SKU# 3174  Embossed Kokopelli Copper Bracelet
Embossed Kokopelli Copper Bracelet  24.99 
Stock No. ERS-EB23-JAA-SWKokopelli

This Kokopelli embossed copper bracelet is 3/4" wide and measures 2 3/4" across the widest side. It will fit most wrists, but can be adjusted slightly by bending or squeezing slowly.

Kokopelli figures have been found in rock paintings dating back more than 1,000 years. In Southwest lore, Kokopelli was a fertility God. The way the legend goes, Kokopelli traveled from village to village with his bag of corn on his back, which he distributed to each village to plant their harvest.

He played a flute as he walked, so the villagers knew he was coming from a long way off. When they heard the flute, all the unmarried maidens in the village would go out to meet him as he neared the village.

Kokopelli would then choose one lucky maiden to spend the night with. If their union produced a child, that child is said to have had supernatural powers.

This item is not Indian produced, an Indian product, or the product of a particular Indian, or Indian tribe, or Indian arts and crafts organization.

This Kokopelli embossed copper bracelet is 3/4" wide and measures 2 3/4" across the widest side. It will fit most wrists, but can be adjusted slightly by bending or squeezing slowly.

Kokopelli figures have been found in rock paintings dating back more than 1,000 years. In Southwest lore, Kokopelli was a fertility God. The way the legend goes, Kokopelli traveled from village to village with his bag of corn on his back, which he distributed to each village to plant their harvest.

He played a flute as he walked, so the villagers knew he was coming from a long way off. When they heard the flute, all the unmarried maidens in the village would go out to meet him as he neared the village.

Kokopelli would then choose one lucky maiden to spend the night with. If their union produced a child, that child is said to have had supernatural powers.

This item is not Indian produced, an Indian product, or the product of a particular Indian, or Indian tribe, or Indian arts and crafts organization.

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