Halona White Native American Dreamcatcher With Gold Web and White Feathers & Golden Tips
Dreamcatchers have a long and important history in Native American culture. Used as protective charms, they were made from a net or web woven onto a willow hoop. Often found above infant cradles, dreamcatchers are believed to ward off harm, but in other cultures believed to trap good ideas. Our Holana dreamcatcher does both. It sends both good dreams and good ideas down it's feathers and onto the person sleeping below. It features a 13 point web representing the thirteen phases of the moon. This dreamcatcher also makes an attractive addition to any living space, from home to RV to van-life.
If you love dreamcatchers and are interested in learning more them, check out the article Deciphering Dreamcatchers: Their Legends and Meanings.
- Uses: Protective Charm
- Material: Cotton thread, iron ring, white feathers, & beads
- Size: 20 cm hoop, total length 70 cm
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