Keep baby safe with this authentic looking quadruple web (four webs) white dream-catcher, with white clear beads, white feathers, and a white hoop, strung with a white "web" for a lovely "heavenly" look.
The dream-catcher is about 115cm, from the top of the hanging ribbon to the bottom of the feathers (although lengths will vary slightly) and the main (first) hoop is about 22cm in diameter with the second hoop about 17cm in diameter, the third hoop measuring 12cm in diameter, and the fourth hoop 9cm in diameter.
The dream-catcher is a Native American tradition used as a charm to protect sleeping children from nightmares. Representing spider webs, they were usually hung from the hoop of a child's cradle board, and it was said that 'they catch and hold everything evil as a spider's web catches and holds everything that comes into contact with it'
"Dream-catchers allow good dreams to pass through the web and down to the sleeper, whilst bad dreams get caught in the web and disappear with the coming of daylight"