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Our Native American dream catcher is sometimes referred to as a spider or dream snare. Embellished with coordinating colorful feathers and beads. Use over your bed or near your sacred space. Measures 16 inches in length and 5 inches wide. Hang one in your lodge and have sweet dreams. Handmade in Mexico in an artisan co-op. Your choice of colors.
Replica of the tail feathers of a semi mature golden eagle. The feathers are approximately 12 inches long.
Replica of an immature golden eagle feather. The young eagle has tail feathers which are white with a dark brown tip. As the eagle matures, the feathers transition to an almost completely brown feather with medium brown or off white regions. The immature golden eagle was the most common feather used for bonnets and fans and was and still is highly prized. The tail feathers are approximately 12 inches long and the secondaries are about 10" long.
Pulled from the shores in and around Peru and still encrusted with remains of barnacles, a shell like this can be seen on many a Peruvian curandero's or mesa carrier'smesa and are often used in ceremonial purposes. The shell is often affiliated with the west, with Mamakilla, the moon, or water. The shell is sometimes seen in the center of a mesa too. Sometimes they are filled with sand and are used for burning incense. However you use your shell, use it with love and respect for all creation. This shell being sold as a second because it has a broken edge. Peru.
Regular Price: $27.00
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