"Divine" White Leather Dreamcatcher with beads and feathers
A dreamcatcher is a sacred Native American object that looks like a spider's web. A loosely-woven net is attached to a circular hoop that is then hand-decorated with feathers and beads. The circular-shape represents the scope of the sky that the Sun and Moon traverse. Every part of the dreamcatcher has importance. The big catcher's net attaches at ten points along the hoop and the three smaller one's attach at seven points along the hoop, representing the seven-pointed star that is so important to the Cherokee nation. The number seven is special to the Cherokee people. The Cherokee tribal flag bears a seven point star, which represents the seven clans of the Cherokee: the Bird, Wild Potato, Deer, Long Hair, Paint, Blue, and Wolf clans.
The web is a salmon peach color. The feathers attached to the hanging cords represent air or the breath of life.
Perfect size! 8-1/4 inches in diameter. 24 inches long. This was not made by American Indians. It was made in Bali.
Product code 67.