Native American Kokopelli Sterling Silver Stud Earrings


Kokopelli is a fertility deity that presides over both childbirth and agriculture. He is also a trickster god and represents the spirit of music. Khun Watsud depicts this powerful Native American symbol upon gleaming sterling silver which is detailed and embellished with oxidized contrasts and then fashioned into pierced stud earrings. These earrings are a classic addition to the jewelry collection of women and girls of all ages looking for some funky and fun musical tribal and music symbolism.


Material:Sterling silver
Finish:Shiny, polished, oxidized, matte
Style:Fashion, everyday, post, symbolic, motif
Weight:0.90 grams
Overall measurements:7 mm (0.28 inches) wide x 13 mm (0.51 inches) long
Earring type:Pierced stud earrings
Closure:Push back
Trademark:Stamped 925 on butterfly

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About the Artist


"My name is Watsud and I am from the province of Lampang in northern Thailand. I fell in love with designing jewelry at an earlier age when I would accompany my father to our local weekend market. When I would get bored I would walk the market looking at all the amazing handicrafts. I knew this is what I wanted to do. My designs draw inspiration from what I see in everyday life. I am grateful that my sisters help me at my silver shop and we can support our family. I hope to one day pass on my passion for jewelry design to my children."

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