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NOVICA Moon Metal Song for The Sun' Iron Candleholder

NOVICA, in association with National Geographic, works together with talented artisan designers around the world to produce stunning, keepsake treasures. Our mantra is to spread global happiness, so rest assured - we’ll do everything we possibly can to ensure you’re a happy customer. About this item: Painted by hand in warm, happy colors, Kokopelli dances and plays a song for the sun. A prehistoric image, this deity is usually depicted with a humped back, playing a d plays a song for the sun. A prehistoric image, this deity is usually depicted with a humped back, playing a flute. Legends suggest Kokopelli was a Toltec trader who traveled from central Mexico to the southwestern deserts and mountains of the U.S.; there he is featured in the form of rock art dating back thousands of years. J. Blas depicts him along with desert lizards on a handsome candleholder. It can be mounted on the wall or placed on a table. - Candle(s) not included About our Artist: Mexican artisan J. Blas has always loved handicrafts. 'When I was 17, I started my own ceramic workshop. But I changed directions and began to work in wrought iron and blown glass. I experimented with sheets of iron to give my works more movement. We cut the metal sheets, hammer them into shape and weld them before treating to retard rust. Every piece created at my workshop goes hand in hand with originality, design and quality. We are always developing new designs and products.' read more