These vintage, Native American Navajo Dream-Catcher earrings were handcrafted with a turquoise nugget and sterling silver by Navajo Indian artist, Lorenzo Arviso. A single feather hangs from the center of the hoop.
Legend states that bad dreams will get caught in the Dream-Catcher's web and perish in the dawn. Native Americans usually hang Dream-Catchers above a baby's cradle board or child's bed to protect them from nightmares. Good dreams are believed to filter through the web and slide down the feathers to the sleeper.
Navajo Native American artist, Lorenzo Arviso
.925, Sterling Silver
Hanging length is 2 1/2" from the top of the wire to the tip of the feathers
Hoop diameter is 1 1/8"
Weight: 5 grams
Made in the USA
FREE Shipping within the United States
Gift Box Included
Capture the Spirit of History and Tradition with Quality, Native American & Southwest Jewelry at Kokopelli Traders