• Native American Indians believed that Dreamcatchers caught negative dreams in their web like structure and held them until daylight when the sunlight hit them at dawn, the negative energy caught in the web was destroyed.
• Feathers were worn by Native American Chiefs to symbolize their communication with Spirit, and to express their celestial wisdom. In the context of a dreamcather, the feathers act as a fluffy, pillow-like ladder that allows good dreams to gently descend upon the sleeping person undisturbed.
• This Dream Catcher themed photo frame contains eagle feathers and beads as ornaments. The photo frame is bordered with a unique rattan and haystack design throughout.
• The photo frame fits a 4" by 6" photo, and it measures 9" tall, 7.5" wide and 2" thick. It can be displayed on a table with its easel back or hung on a wall with its hanging hardware.
• Props in photos are not included with the item. They are meant to provide size perspective of the item.
Ebros Southwest Indian Eagle Feathers Dreamcatcher 4X6 Wall Or Desktop Photo Frame
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