These dreamcatchers are handmade by native Iroquois artisans. The frames are wrapped in deerskin leather, and the dreamcatchers are adorned with beads, turquoise stones and goose or chicken feathers (the 5" dreamcatchers are usually goose and most of the others are rooster hackles).
Native American tribe believes that the night air is filled with dreams, both good and bad. When hung above the bed in a place where the morning sunlight can hit it, the dream catcher attracts and catches all sorts of dreams and thoughts into its webs. Good dreams pass through and gently slide down the feathers to comfort the sleeper below. Bad dreams, however, are caught up in its protective net and destroyed, burned up in the light of day.
Traditionally, a dream catcher is hung over the bed to protect sleeping people, especially children, from nightmare. In Canadian aboriginal culture, dream catcher is designed to capture bad dreams in the web and allow good dreams through
Our dream catchers, feather and other native/tribal products have been purchased and sourced ethically, truthfully and in support of substantial living to the indigenous.