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This necklace was inspired by dreamcatchers. These objects were first created by Amerindians to avoid nightmares.
The Huron legend says that a spider web succeeded in keeping the nightmares of an Indian person who had gone to hunt but came back to his village having terrible visions and dreams of a terrifying monster.
This necklace does not look like a spider web but I wanted to reinterpret this popular object with my own style. A Sonora sunrise cabochon was bezel set on this beautiful piece of jewelry. Small sterling silvers come to finish this piece of jewelry.
Metal: sterling silver.
Stone: Sonora sunrise.
Length of the pendant: 6.6 cm.
Length of the necklace: 49 cm.
Finish: shiny and oxidized.
As we currently dwell in Mexico, provide a period of 2 to 5 weeks to receive your order. Thank you for taking this information into account before ordering in our shop (please, read the complete conditions of shipping here).
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I hope you will love this jewel as much as I enjoyed creating it.
By Emmanuelle Guyon.
Tag: necklace, sterling silver, pendant, sunrise Sonora, cabochon, Native American, dream catcher, dream catcher, stone, blue, black, stone, plume, bird, Indian, legend, nightmare, Huron, Pre-Hispanic, spider, hunter.