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Ojibwe Dreamcatcher

$24.95
These Sweetwater Creations Dreamcatchers are certified to be Native American made. Dreamcatchers are made by an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe of the US and handcrafts all items. Colors and styles vary. Each is unique. The photos are representative samples.
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These dreamcatchers are certified to be Native American made. Dreamcatchers are made by an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe of the U.S. who handcrafts all items.

  • Diameter: 7 Inches
  • Artist: Robert Sweet
  • Company: Sweetwater Creations
  • Tribe: Bad River Band of Chippewa

Colors and Styles Vary: Each dreamcatcher is unique! The photos shown here are not the actual items that will be shipped. Colors and designs vary, and they cannot all be shown here online. When you purchase online, you will receive an authentic Dreamcatcher designed by Robert Sweet.




These dreamcatchers are certified to be Native American made. Dreamcatchers are made by an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe of the U.S. who handcrafts all items.

  • Diameter: 7 Inches
  • Artist: Robert Sweet
  • Company: Sweetwater Creations
  • Tribe: Bad River Band of Chippewa

Colors and Styles Vary: Each dreamcatcher is unique! The photos shown here are not the actual items that will be shipped. Colors and designs vary, and they cannot all be shown here online. When you purchase online, you will receive an authentic Dreamcatcher designed by Robert Sweet.




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