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Dreamcatcher by Mark Wood Willow - MWW1601

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: willow, feathers, beads, leather, crystal
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Spirit Mountain Crafts welcomes you to our gallery of the most beautiful and unique dreamcatchers. Created by Mark Wood Willow, each piece is signed and numbered. These are one of a kind pieces of art and a limited number are made each year. For the past 30 years he has traveled to art shows and Pow Wow's sharing his passion. He is often seen in front of his booth demonstrating his craft for the public, eager to share his knowledge with the crowd. As he begins to bend the willow branch into the hoop, he starts to tell a story that has been passed down through the ages.The significance of the hoop in native history and the legend of the dreamcatcher.

This dreamcatcher is H 26" x W 25". The measurement is determined by the longest distance from top to bottom. And the width is the distance from side to side. Please take the time to view the dreamcatcher picture that is hanging next to the 36" ruler, to ensure that it is the exact size you are looking for.

The dreamcatcher starts with a branch of red willow bent into the shape of a hoop, adorned with authentic materials from nature. The center of the hoop is tied into a web with sinew and a series of knots. They are then decorated with feathers from a variety of game birds and farm raised birds, such as turkey, pheasant, ducks and chickens. Semi-precious stones, shells, strips of leather and beads are placed throughout the dreamcatcher, creating a unique and one of a kind piece of art. A crystal eagle is hanging in the center. Notice the great care that is taken to find feathers that match shape and size to create a balance to the art.

The Legend of the Dreamcatcher - The Ojibwa (or Chippewa) were the first tribe to use dreamcatchers, and the legend has been adopted by many other tribes. While there are some variations to the story, it goes something like this. Each night, at the time of sleep, dreams are floating around the wind and looking for those in the dream world. The dreamcatcher was designed to only allow the good dreams to pass through and the bad dreams would be caught in the web and would melt away with the morning sun. The dreamcatcher is a gift of love that tells the person you give it to, that you care about their well being.



Guarantee: All items are brand new. If you are not satisfied for any reason, you may return your purchase in its original condition and packaging within 30 days of receipt.

All designs and images © Spirit Mountain Crafts
Spirit Mountain Crafts welcomes you to our gallery of the most beautiful and unique dreamcatchers. Created by Mark Wood Willow, each piece is signed and numbered. These are one of a kind pieces of art and a limited number are made each year. For the past 30 years he has traveled to art shows and Pow Wow's sharing his passion. He is often seen in front of his booth demonstrating his craft for the public, eager to share his knowledge with the crowd. As he begins to bend the willow branch into the hoop, he starts to tell a story that has been passed down through the ages.The significance of the hoop in native history and the legend of the dreamcatcher.

This dreamcatcher is H 26" x W 25". The measurement is determined by the longest distance from top to bottom. And the width is the distance from side to side. Please take the time to view the dreamcatcher picture that is hanging next to the 36" ruler, to ensure that it is the exact size you are looking for.

The dreamcatcher starts with a branch of red willow bent into the shape of a hoop, adorned with authentic materials from nature. The center of the hoop is tied into a web with sinew and a series of knots. They are then decorated with feathers from a variety of game birds and farm raised birds, such as turkey, pheasant, ducks and chickens. Semi-precious stones, shells, strips of leather and beads are placed throughout the dreamcatcher, creating a unique and one of a kind piece of art. A crystal eagle is hanging in the center. Notice the great care that is taken to find feathers that match shape and size to create a balance to the art.

The Legend of the Dreamcatcher - The Ojibwa (or Chippewa) were the first tribe to use dreamcatchers, and the legend has been adopted by many other tribes. While there are some variations to the story, it goes something like this. Each night, at the time of sleep, dreams are floating around the wind and looking for those in the dream world. The dreamcatcher was designed to only allow the good dreams to pass through and the bad dreams would be caught in the web and would melt away with the morning sun. The dreamcatcher is a gift of love that tells the person you give it to, that you care about their well being.



Guarantee: All items are brand new. If you are not satisfied for any reason, you may return your purchase in its original condition and packaging within 30 days of receipt.

All designs and images © Spirit Mountain Crafts

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All designs and images © Spirit Mountain Crafts

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