You may ask, what is Kokopelli
? This hump-backed magical flute player is a symbol, in Hopi legend, of fertility. You can find many Southwestern products with our friend the kokopelli on them, and here are some of my top picks.
Tumblers of various sizes, water bottles mugs. Lids, handles and shaker tops available. They can also be personalized. Tumblers and mugs are microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher safe. Tervis tumblers come with a lifetime guarantee.
This wall tapestry is made in the USA, using Jacquard looms and pure cotton yarn. An iron rod and finial are included, in addition to brackets and hardware for hanging. 42" x 53"
For the kitchen, the bathroom -- I even have some on my mailbox! They are suitable for framing, or you can use them as coasters. Several different styles and colors available.
Kokopelli welcomes guests to your home. He's polished bronze with a protective finish.
James and Carol Kunkle include recipes such as grilled elk, black bean cakes with sour cream sauce, and roasted and stuffed chile peppers. Ymmm. The cook book is hand illustrated by the author.
Courtesy Cafe Press
These note cards are blank on the inside. Kokopelli is a magical flute player in Native American lore.
Myths and stories about the kokopelli, as well as more than 300 drawings, photographs and maps.
Artist: Ira Block. A framed art print of rock art including Kokopelli. Thumbnail shown is only a partial image.
This Arizona company has many locations around Arizona where you can buy their wines or you can order online. You can also send someone in Arizona a gift card, if that's easier. They are "the largest producer & seller of Arizona wines in the state of Arizona."