Woman and Man jewel
Sterling Silver pendant with coral in its center and a feather at the bottom
This Dreamcatcher is manufactured in the United States
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By the Native Americans,a Dreamcatcher is an Ojibwé indian item(also called Chippewa Indian,from the Grand lakes region).It's composed with a hoop, in its center a web which is catching the bad dreams that cannot enter the sleep of its owner.The Dreamcatcher must be hunged up in the direction of the rising sun,so the sunrays can destroy the bad dreams who were caught in the web during the night.The good dreams will go through the small hole in the middle to enter the feathers of the Dreamcatcher.One bead in the center represents the spider weaving its web,and many beads represents the good dream who were caught in the web.Because it became illegal to integrate some feathers,stones are used now to replace them.At the beginning the Ojibwés Indians made the Dreamcatchers with willow branches,sinew or plant ropes.The Native Americans think that the hoop is symbolizing unity and strength.