The Kokopelli Kachina is probably the most well known and popular Kachina and is found in all of the pueblos. The image of the Kokopelli can be seen everywhere in the American Southwest. The Kokopelli is known to be a fertility spirit, the bringer of spring, and he ensures a plentiful harvest.
This Kachina doll was hand crafted by Navajo artist M.E. Largo
- Tribe: Navajo
- Artist: M.E. Largo
- Height: 6.75″
- Age: Contemporary
- Materials: Wood, Suede, Vinyl (skirt), Rabbit Fur, Bird Feathers, Yarn