Old Style Hopi Carved Kokopelli Traditional Fertility Katsina Doll
Old Style Hopi Carved Kokopelli Traditional Fertility Katsina Doll by Raynard Lalo
Kokopelli is the humpbacked flute player in the Mixed Dances. He is considered the god of mist, a seducer of women, a baby maker, and a good luck omen for hunters. Kokopelli is found in all of the Pueblo cultures of the Southwest. It is thought that his hump might just represent a bag of gifts that he uses to seduce the women. This particular Kokopelli is one that is rarely seen and has his anatomical parts.
9 in. tall