This White and Wooden Dreamcatcher has been made to be as close to those used by the Native Americans as our Black and White Wigwam Dream Catcher.
The origin of the wall dream catcher is difficult to date, as the Native American culture favoured the oral over the written word to pass on their knowledge to future generations.
However, research conducted in the 20th century concluded that the first tribe to use dreamcatchers was the Objiwe. They used this tool to chase away nightmares and to keep only the good dreams.
THE WHITE AND WOOD DREAM CATCHER: A CUSTOM-MADE OBJECT
Each part of this nightmare catcher respects precise symbols and a very precise manufacturing process.
The circle is always placed at the top, it symbolises the circle of life and is used to weave the web.
The weaving represents the web that the spider weaves to capture the nightmares.
The bead in this web, in this case a shell, represents the protective spider of dreams.
The beads on the feathers are the good dreams
The feathers serve to send good dreams to the sleeping mind of its owner below.
A PERFECT DREAM CATCHER FOR YOUR HOME DECORATION
The number one selling item in wall decor, the wall dream catcher draws its popularity from its aestheticism, allowing to give a room a welcoming and calm side, adding a touch of zen to it.
It is usually placed above the headboard.
A DECORATIVE OBJECT TO SOOTHE CHILDREN TO SLEEP
Parents often buy dream catchers for their children to calm their night-time anxieties. By telling them about the magical powers of this object, children find a peaceful sleep without nightmares.
Length: 35 cm
Diameter of the circle: 15 cm
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