Moon Phase Dream Catcher
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Dream catchers are often referred to as sacred hoops and can be traced back to the Ojibwe Native American tribe where they were originally used to protect sleepers from bad dreams. The traditional circle shape is meant to capture the sleeper's bad dreams, while the strands that hang below are meant to carry good dreams down to the sleeper. These dream catchers are ethically made by artisans in Nepal using natural materials such as sustainably sourced cotton, wool, and natural cane. Add texture and dimension to your walls with this handwoven dreamcatcher. Perfect for a nursery or child's bedroom.
Why you'll love it: The integration of these ancient symbols and traditions is meant to honor them with thoughtful and tasteful designs that also express the artfulness of the artisans in Kathmandu, Nepal, who produce them. This unique dream catcher is made by fair trade, Japanese-Nepali woman-owned artisan group that emphasizes the use of natural materials.
Materials: Cotton, wool fibers, natural cane
Dimensions: 32"H x 10"W
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Fair trade products are primarily handcrafted and made from natural, sustainable, and recycled materials, therefore slight imperfections and color variations may occur.
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Artisans are paid a fair wage for their work breaking the cycle of poverty and working towards brighter futures.
Products are created using only materials that are natural, local, or sustainable.
Promotion of gender equality, equal pay for equal work. and free from discrimination, forced labor, and child labor.
Artisans preserve culture by handcrafting pieces with traditional art forms passed down for generations.