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Artist:  Mae Stone FREE SHIPPING!

Tribe:   Navajo

Materials:   Leather, Sinew, Beads, Feathers (turkey)

Measuerments:  2" W X 10-12" H ( depends on feathers) 

The dream catcher is a personal tradition, which bestows its medicine on its owner while he or she sleeps. It is believed to snare bad dreams in its webbing, and let only the pleasant dreams through. A turquoise stone is suspended in the webbing to hold the bad dreams until the morning. They are traditionally hung facing east, awaiting the morning sun to burn away the snared nightmares. Dream catchers were originally woven with deer sinew on a willow hoop, and sometimes adorned with personal fetishes, beads or feathers.

2" Dream Catchers Multiple Color Options

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