Shells & Peacock Feathers Native American Dream Catcher Dreamcatcher Wall Hanging
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 were believed to ward off harm. Originating from the legend of the Spider Woman, who cared for the children and people of the land, dreamcatchers are used to catch any harm that may be near. Our Shells & Peacock Feathers Dreamcatcher is decorated with feathers, beads and a wooden charm, making it an attractive addition to any home.
Uses: Protective Charm
Material: Cotton thread & feathers
Size: 7cm x 23cm
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