Abby Quam Panteah Kokopelli Zuni Carving



Height x Width x Depth: 40 x 12 x 30 mm

Handmade by Zuni artist Abby Quam Panteah, New Mexico

Kokopelli is a symbol of fertility, joy, feast, and long life, he is also a minstrel, a spirit of music, a storyteller, a rainmaker, a healer, a teacher, a joker-magician, a seducer. Kokopelli possesses the wisdom of age. According to this legend, Kokopelli brings good fortune and prosperity to anyone who will listen to his songs.

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