The Sedona Collection of Dreamcatchers was inspired by a trip to Arizona in the summer of 2016. It was there that I purchased the arrowheads for this collection from a Native American Arts Festival in Sedona, AZ. Each of the dreamcatchers within this collection include a Certification of Authenticity that I received from the artist. The arrowhead is said to protect one from life's journeys and two pointed towards each other is a symbol of friendship.
This dreamcatcher comes with a variety of deep pink shades, resembling the desert hills of Northern Arizona. The arrowhead is handmade by a member of the Arizonan Bear Tribe, from abalone shell. It features two tiny beads and a tiny brown feather.
Every dreamcatcher is made by hand by Los Angeles designer Hannah Rothblatt. Each of the dreamcatchers feature a jewelry-quality crystal, sustainable silk ribbons, and the feathers are attained ethically, being naturally molted.
** 8" outer hoop diameter
** 32" long (including loop)
** abalone arrowhead pendant, handmade by an artist of the Bear Tribe, Arizona
** gold accents
** deep and light pink silks
** cream peacock feathers
** includes free charm!