Authentic Native American Indian Dreamcatcher Necklace

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Cynthia Whitehawk - Apache
Crystal Dream Keeper Necklace

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Authentic Native American Dreamcatcher Necklace by Apache Cynthia Whitehawk

  • Rolled leather choker
  • Stainless steel lobster claw clasp
  • Hand woven waxed cotton dream catcher (very strong)
  • Genuine faceted quartz crystal beads
  • Swarovski crystals
  • Flamed glass beads
  • Silver plated and lead free brass beads
  • Silver cones
  • Black velvet pouch included
  • Comes with Certificate of Authenticity
Size
Necklace is 24" long end to end;
Dreamcatcher is 1 3/8" diameter
Artist
Cynthia Whitehawk, Apache

Authentic Native American Dreamcatcher Necklace by Apache Cynthia Whitehawk

Hand woven waxed cotton (very strong) dream catcher on a 1 3/8" diameter hoop.

Authentic Native American Dreamcatcher Necklace by Apache Cynthia Whitehawk

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Authentic Native American Dreamcatcher Necklace by Apache Cynthia Whitehawk

Authentic Native American Dreamcatcher Necklace by Apache Cynthia Whitehawk

Rolled leather choker with stainless steel lobster claw clasp.

Authentic Native American Dreamcatcher Necklace by Apache Cynthia Whitehawk

Comes with a large, soft velvet drawstring pouch. The photo above shows a similar necklace with a pouch.

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Dreamcatchers

Dreamcatchers originated in the Ojibwa Nation and were adopted by Native Americans of a number of different Nations. A dreamcatcher is based on a willow hoop on which is woven a net or web of sinew. It is then decorated with personal and sacred items such as feathers and beads. 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. Others believe that dreamcatchers protect sleepers from nightmares, allowing only good dreams to pass through and catching bad dreams in the net where they perish in the light of day.
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