Dreamcatchers

 

Many Native American stories and legends have been told about spiders and webs. The dreamcatcher, with its web-like centre, was originated by the Ojibwe (Chippewa) tribes. They were usually hung from the hoop of a child’s cradle board.

It is said that only the good dreams and thoughts would be allowed to filter through and would pass unhindered and slide down the feathers to the sleeper. Bad dreams would stay trapped in the web, disappearing with the new light of day.

Bead, bone and shell
Bead, bone and shell
Native American Headdress
Native American Headdress
Heart shaped
Heart shaped
Mirrored
Mirrored
Native American Bead and Feather
Native American Bead and Feather
Native American Leather & Bone
Native American Leather & Bone
Double Ringed Centre Shell
Double Ringed Centre Shell
Round
Round
Round with shell
Round with shell
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