Fair Trade Hamsa Dream CatcherItem# TC-DC-014
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Dream catchers, originally called “Sacred Hoops”, are a beautiful Native American tradition. Originating from the Ojibwe tribe, they're used to protect sleepers from bad dreams. This boho-inspired dream catcher delightfully dangles with peacock feathers, a sparkling geode, and the Hamsa, an ancient symbol that protects your space against misfortune and the evil eye. Ethically made by women artisans in Nepal, each catcher is crafted from natural cane and sustainably sourced cotton and plush wool fibers. Measures 12.5 inches wide and 28 inches long total.
- Hamsa symbol dream catcher
- Made of cane, cotton, and wool
- Also features feathers and geode stone
- Measures 12.5 x 28 inches total
- Fair trade, made in Nepal
Handcrafted: this piece is artistically created by hand where beauty and imperfections go together wonderfully. Please accept and appreciate minor imperfections and variations which are true characteristics of this craft.
Fair trade product