Hopi Pueblo Overlay Kokopelli Money Clip [SOLD]


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Kokopelli, or the Humpbacked flute player is a symbol that has been found in the American Southwest for thousands of years. Found on ancient petroglyphs as well as modern jewelry and pottery, Kokopelli is a symbol of fertility and abundance—a perfect icon for a money clip.

Made in the traditional Hopi overlay style with a textured background, this Kokopelli holds a flute in his hand as he dances. The piece is unsigned.

Condition: The Hopi Pueblo Overlay Kokopelli Money Clip is in very good condition. There is evidence of wear.

Provenance: This money clip comes from a collector in Colorado.

Recommended Reading: Kokopelli: Flute Player Images in Rock Art by Dennis Slifer

Alternate view of this money clip.

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