Unique rendition of Kokopelli Hand Carved from Wild Horse marble with turquoise inlaid eyes. Kokopelli is one of the most intriguing and widespread images surviving from ancient Anasazi Indian mythology and is a prominent figure in Hopi legends. The figure represents a mischievous trickster or the Minstrel, spirit of music. Kokopelli is considered a symbol of fertility who brought well-being to the people, assuring success in hunting, planting and growing crops, and human conception. Order this iconic symbol of the great Southwest now and experience the magic and mystery of Kokopelli the flute player. (our pictures don't do this Kokopelli carving justice) Signed Hiram Peynetsa. 1 1/2" tall- 7/8" long (base)- 7/16" thick. 100% money back satisfaction guarantee.