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Authentic Native American Eagle Willow Dreamcatcher 12-inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
Eagle Willow
Alan Monroe, Lakota
12" dia. - DC47 - $150
Authentic Native American Four Colors Horse Spirit Willow Dreamcatcher 7-inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
4-Colors Horse Spirit Willow
Alan Monroe, Lakota
7" dia. - DC52 - $47
Authentic Native American Lakota Beaded Dreamcatcher
Lakota Beaded
Pine Ridge, South Dakota
4 1/4" dia. - DC125 - $55
Authentic Native American Raven Willow 4-Colors Dreamcatcher 12-inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
Raven Willow 4-Colors
Alan Monroe, Lakota
12" dia. - DC46 - $92
Authentic Native American Tear Drop Willow Dreamcatcher 8 x 14 inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
Tear Drop Willow
Alan Monroe, Lakota
8" x 14". - DC53 - $59
Authentic Native American Lakota Beaded Dreamcatcher
Lakota Beaded
Pine Ridge, South Dakota
4 1/4" dia. - DC124 - $55
Authentic Native American Eagle Willow Dreamcatcher 10-inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
Eagle Willow
Alan Monroe, Lakota
10" dia. - DC49 - $72
Authentic Native American Willow Dreamcatcher 6 x 15 inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
Tear Drop Willow
Alan Monroe, Lakota
6" x 15". - DC54 - $59

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Quartz Butterfly Spirit
Cynthia Whitehawk, Apache
3" dia. - DC154 - $75

Authentic Native American Raven Willow Dreamcatcher 10-inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
Raven Willow
Alan Monroe, Lakota
10" dia. - DC48 - $72
Authentic Native American Black Hills Sage Dreamcatcher 6-inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
Black Hills Sage
Alan Monroe, Lakota
6" dia. - DC61 - $67
Authentic Native American Apache Indian Dreamcatcher
Dragonfly Spirit
Cynthia Whitehawk, Apache
3" dia. - DC153 - $75
Authentic Native American 4-Colors Eagle Willow Dreamcatcher 10-inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
4-Colors Eagle Willow
Alan Monroe, Lakota
10" dia. - DC50 - $78
amethyst Dreamcatcher
Beaded Amethyst
Buffalo Spirit Nation
6" dia. - DC141 - $52
Authentic Native American Horse Spirit Willow Dreamcatcher 9-inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
Horse Spirit Willow
Alan Monroe, Lakota
9" dia. - DC51 - $60
Authentic Native American Black Hills Sage Dreamcatcher 6-inch diameter by Lakota Alan Monroe
Black Hills Sage
Alan Monroe, Lakota
6" dia. - DC62 - $67
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Native American Jewelry Blog tips and iinformationDreamcatcher - Some consider the dreamcatcher a symbol of unity among the various Indian Nations, and a general symbol of identification with Native American or First Nations cultures.

Dreamcatchers are an authentic American Indian tradition from the Ojibway (Chippewa) tribe. A dreamcatcher is a based on a hoop (traditionally of willow), on which is woven a net or web of sinew in a somewhat similar pattern to how the Ojibway tied webbing for snowshoes. A "dream-catcher" was hung in the sleeping area as a charm to protect children from nightmares. A legend holds that a dreamcatcher filters a person's dreams, letting through the good ones and trapping bad dreams in the web. Some believe that a dreamcatcher can help us remember our dreams.

Dreamcatchers are often decorated with personal and sacred items such as feathers, totems and beads. While these additions may make a dreamcatcher appealing and add to them as a work of art, it is suggested by some that such ornaments are not appropriate on dreamcatchers used for "catching dreams" as they could interfere with the spiraling motion of the web and can cause disturbing dreams.

Generally, a dreamcatcher is suspended near the place where you sleep, on the wall, or perhaps from a lampshade or bedpost.

Paula wondered: “Can I add things to my dreamcatcher?”

"When I took my large dreamcatcher home, I was immediately tempted to hook a beautiful amber seahorse on it but I didn’t want to interfere with the energy or power of Cynthia Whitehawk’s beautiful creation. So before I added anything I asked her.

"She replied: 'Oh, Seahorse or whatever you choose to add to dream catchers are actually great. A dream catcher invites those personal totems that bring one smiles, good thoughts, powerful energy . . . we are just providing a start, giving a direction to go. Healing is a very personal thing, as you well know.' ”

Mandalla - Also Mandala, is similar in shape to a dreamcatcher but it usually has no web. Instead, the hoop is filled with yarn, feathers, fur and usually has feathers hanging from the bottom. Mandala is something you hang for prosperity and good fortune on a door or wall inside your office, home, hogan, or tipi.


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