Turquoise Dreamcatcher

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Turquoise Dreamcatcher
Buffalo Spirit Nation

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Turquoise dreamcatcher

This dreamcatcher appears differently depending on the background, so we've photographed it against both a dark and ligh background.

Turquoise dreamcatcher

Captured in the web are five turquoise nuggets and brown, amber, turquoise, gold, and white beads.

Turquoise dreamcatcher

10" diameter metal hoop wrapped in amber buckskin.

Turquoise dreamcatcher

At the bottom of the hoop is 10 1/2" long fringe beaded with black, turquoise, amber and bone hair pipe beads.

 

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Turquoise Dreamcatcher

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Dimensions
10" diameter hoop;
10 1/2" long beaded fringe
24" total length from top of hanger loop to bottom of fringe
Artist
Buffalo Spirit Nation craftsmen

Turquoise dreamcatcher

Turquoise dreamcatcher

Around the inside of the hoop rim are tiger eye beads.

Turquoise dreamcatcher

Turquoise dreamcatcher

Buffalo Spirit Nation

Authentic Native American Lakota Four-Colors Buffalo Spirit DrumBuffalo Spirit Nation is the studio of Lakota artist David Hoff-Grindstone, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation Hunkpapa Band.

David is an award winning artist with clients in the United States and Canada, Central and South America, Europe, Australia and Africa. His goal to share his knowledge of Native American art and tradition and to give back to his community, has led him to participate in Pow Wows, conference, volunteering and fund raising efforts for non-profit organizations using his artistic talents and communication skills.

Buffalo Spirit Nation also produces art, such as dreamcatchers, created by non-Native Americans under David's supervision.

DREAMCATCHERS are known to the Indigenous peoples of the Americas to filter and destroy bad dreams, thoughts or negative influences, allowing the good, positive and enlightening influences and strong healing to take place. Totems, fetishes, ritual and ceremonial items significant to the owner are added for additional healing energies. Read more about dreamcatchers . . .


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