Navajo Traditional Dreamcatcher 0675-25376-DC
Are you having problems with bad dreams? Try this Navajo Traditional Dreamcatcher. Tribal lore indicates dreamcatchers provide good dreams to those who sleep under them. Place the dreamcatcher in the window over your bed to give it a try. Otherwise hang it in one of your rooms for a truly nice display. The ring at the top is wrapped in buckskin and a loop for hanging is located at the top of the ring. The dreamcatcher is about 16 inches in length. Within the ring is a “spider-web of faux sinew. The tails on the dreamcatcher are trimmed with pony prayer beads, and Duck feathers. This piece is made by Navajo artist Mark Kasuse. A certificate of Authenticity comes with it to verify it is Native American made.