Collection: Dream Catchers

Dreamcatchers originate from Native American cultures, especially the Ojibwe tribe. Believed to filter dreams, these talismans represent the earth with their circular shape, and their intricate web is designed to capture bad dreams, providing protection to the sleeper.

Traditionally, dreamcatchers are handmade from a hoop covered in a natural fiber net, decorated with feathers and beads. Hung above sleeping areas, the web allows good dreams to reach the sleeper, while bad dreams are trapped, disappearing at dawn.

In modern times, dreamcatchers symbolize hope and unity and have become popular in home décor and jewelry.