with Dream Catcher
The dream catcher legend states that positive dreams and thoughts
pass through the center opening and travel down the feathers
to the sleeping individual.
The negative dreams are caught in the web and perish at dawn.
The coup was a small stick carried into battle by a warrior.
It was a sign of bravery to get close enough to touch the enemy with the coup.
This small ornate staff may be used for personal prayer and meditation,
or as a dance, medicine or talking stick.
The dream catcher measures 2" in diameter
and is wrapped in antiqued sueded leather
with a feather focal point.
The wooden handle is hand painted, decorated with tiny seed beads
and accented with horse hair and a loop for hanging.
8" in length
You will receive the item in the photo.
Navajo Artisan: James Shorty
Handcrafted in the United States