Native American Dreamcatcher
Your Purchase Supports Scientific and Educational Endeavors at the
American Museum of Natural History.
As Indian legend goes, the dreamcatcher is hung in the lodge near the sleeping area. Its purpose is to catch all dreams, good or bad. The bad dreams caught in the webbing would be burned off by the morning light. The good dreams find their way to the hole in the center and filter down into the feathers where they are held there to be dreamed another night. Each dreamcatcher is handmade by Native American Indians and measures 4 inches long. Colors vary, please let us choose one for you.
Size: 4" diameter