When the Ojibwe people first began making dreamcatchers using a willow branch hoop woven with spiderweb-like cords, it was hung over sleeping children to protect them from nightmares. This silver necklace captures the intricate beauty and the positive symbolism of the original, but with a more grown-up audience in mind.
Jewelrysmith Justine Brooks designed this piece using a variety of techniques, both high-tech and traditional. The hoop is cast using an actual willow twig, giving it lifelike texture. The feather charms that dangle below are cast from hand-carved wax. Lastly, the delicate web pattern is laser cut for perfect, eye-catching precision. Those elements all combine to create a timeless accent that is sure to bring some powerful positivity to your look. Handmade in Canada.