Our colorful dreamcatcher earrings, lovingly hand-crafted in Peru, use thread and glass beads with a surgical steel core for a jewelry accent that's modern yet rich in tradition and style.
Developed by the Ojibwa culture, the dreamcatcher, or bawaajige nagwaagan, is a charm that is hung above a bed to protect children from nightmares. Traditionally made of willow and sinew, they are meant to dry out and collapse by the time a child reaches the age of adulthood. This "dream snare" is a hoop, on which is woven a loose net or web, and then decorated with sacred items such as feathers and beads.
- Steel, thread, & glass beads
- 2.25" H x 0.75" W (5.7 x 1.9 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Peru
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- July 5, 2018
my wife likes them
- June 20, 2018
Love them, they are so cute!
- June 15, 2018
THESE DREAM CATCHER EARRINGS ARE BEAUTIFUL. I WILL BE ORDERING MORE.. THANK YOU SO MUCH. MY EARRINGS ARE DARK BLUE. I MAY ORDER ALL OF THEM.
- January 27, 2018
Love these earrings!!
- November 1, 2017
I purchased these in pink. Only pink I could find I really liked. I am all for catching dream So!
- June 7, 2017
Beautiful earrings. Love them.
- April 5, 2017
I love them, they are beautiful.
- February 23, 2017
I bought the pink dream catcher earrings and gave them to someone she absolutely loved them I think they are very pretty I also have the butterfly hooded sweatshirt, the breast cancer tunic and the ribbon hoodie I love them