A lovely Native American-style dream catcher made from a set of White-tailed Deer antlers. The antlers are combined with brown suede leather lace. Holes were drilled into the antlers for the "webbing, " which is made of brown, reddish-brown, beige, and white nylon cord. In the web are beads made of Tiger's Eye and wood. Hanging from the dream catcher are wood beads, clear glass beads, a chunk of rough quartz crystal, and natural duck feathers.
This item has fragile parts and is best suited for indoors, hung in a dry place and away from direct sunlight. SIZE (excluding string to hang from). The origin of dream catchers can be traced back to the Ojibwe tribe-an indigenous people native to North America. Over time, the tradition of weaving dream catchers spread across tribes and nations.
Traditionally, they were used to guard against bad dreams. The "webbing" would catch bad dreams while allowing good dreams to escape through the center of the dream catcher. The White-tailed deer antlers are from Midwestern United States.
The feathers are ethically sourced from domesticated birds and/or are from outside North America.