Navajo, Silver and Turquoise Bead Dream Catcher Pendant

Navajo, Silver and Turquoise Bead Dream Catcher Pendant

44.95

Navajo, Silver dream catcher pendant with a turquoise bead entwined on the web and three feathers dangling off of it. Made by Navajo silversmith Les Walker of the Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma.

A dream catcher is usually placed above an infant’s cradleboard. The web of the dream catcher would filter all dreams and let only the good dreams flow through the open circle. The dream catcher was kept throughout life and its power enhanced with fetishes and personal belongings.

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Specifications

Hanging Length: 8cm

Width: 4cm

The Navajo view turquoise as a piece of the sky that has fallen to earth. Spiritually, turquoise is considered a stone of wholeness, promoting a sense of unity of the self.