Native American Sterling Silver Kokopelli Yei Symbol Keychain
This Sterling Silver key chain is 100% handcrafted featuring the Kokopelli and a Yei, often seen in cave dwellings and made into Kachinas and jewelry. The flute player that is considered a prankster, gift giver and fertility symbol. The humped back flute player as it is called is due to the bag of seeds he's always carrying. Lots of folklore surrounding this character. The meaning of the Yei symbol represents the Navajo Yei Spirit who mediates between humans and the Great Spirit. The term Yei derives from the word Yeibicheii meaning the Holy People. Navajo Yei (Yeii) spirits, or deities, are believed to control elements such as the rain, snow, wind and sun and control the night and day.
- Total length with loop: 2 5/8"
- Rectangle measures: 1 1/2" x 1"
- Weight: 12 Grams
- Stamped: RB, Sterling (Ray Bennett)
- Vintage, never used