Ribbons and more ribbons in this newly arrived Dream Catcher with woven stars in pastel yarns. The star configurations are symbolism of connection to other realms of consciousness and higher forms of understanding.
Dream catchers originated in the Native American and First Nations cultures. It is believed that the first dream catcher came from the Anishinaabe culture. It was woven in the form of a spider web on a wooden hoop and decorated with sacred items such as stones, shells, feathers and beads. The intention of creating a dream catcher is protection. Protection for your home, children, and loved ones. It is usually hung over a window, bed, or cradle.
Main Ring measures approximately 10-5/8".
Small Ring measure approximately 3-1/2".
Ribbons measure approximately 24-1/2"
Top of Main Ring & Ribbons measure approximately 35-1/2".
Crystals and other products vary in Sizes, Shapes, Colors, and Measurements.