A Kokopelli is a fertility deity, usually depicted as a humpbacked flute player, often with feather-like protrusions on his head. As a trickster god representing the spirit of music, he presides over both childbirth and agriculture. Barbara Heard has handmade this pot for holding a candlelight, using the raku process which produces the glossy crackled surface. It stands 10" tall, and is 5" wide. The lid is specifically cut for a one-way fit. Both sides are equally decorated,while the lid does have a larger opening on one side for release of air while burning a real candle, (An electronic flicker light will work nicely!) The soft colors of the southwest are a highlight in the red and brown, and the inside is not glazed.