These Dream-Catcher earrings were handcrafted from sterling silver by Navajo Native American Indian artist, Lorenzo Arviso. Legend states that bad dreams will get caught in the Dream-Catcher’s web and perish in the dawn. Good dreams are believed to filter through the web and slide down the feathers to the sleeper. Native Americans usually hang Dream-Catchers above a baby’s cradle board or child’s bed to protect them from nightmares.
These double hoop Dream-Catcher earrings have a red bead in the center of each hand woven hoop with 3 sterling silver feathers that hang from the second hoop. They also have a french ear wire for comfort.
- Hanging length is 2-3/4″ from the top of the wire to the tip of the feathers
- Top hoop diameter is 1/2″
- Bottom hoop diameter is 3/4″
- Feathers are 3/4″ in length
- Lorenzo Arviso, Navajo Native American artist
- Gift Boxed
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