Dreamcatchers have long been a fascinating tradition of the Native American Ojibwe and Lakota tribes.
As legend tells, hanging a dreamcatcher above your bed protects you from evil dreams, trapping them in the webbed centrepiece where they later perish in the morning light. Only positive dreams may pass through the dreamcatcher, sliding down its feathers to the dreamer below.
Dripping with tiered feathers of navy, violet and white, and embellished with fine crochet and inky black beads, our Blue Dreamcatcher highlights the relationship between light and dark.
Handmade in Indonesia.