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Brass Sterling and Stone Pendant

$90.00 Creative Producer: Grace Hogan
// sterling silver, brass and basalt Lake Superior stone // each pendant will vary slightly // about 3" x 1.5" // chain: 16", 18", 20" or 24" // made to order
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Circle of Life

$42.00 Creative Producer: Patti Carlson
Repurposed patinaed copper electrical wire circle ring pendant, approximately 1 ¼ inches in diameter, embellished with Czech faceted round Roundelle beads.
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Circles of Life

$48.00 Creative Producer: Patti Carlson
Repurposed patinae copper electical wire circle earrings, approximately 1 ¼ inches in diameter with stainless steel ear wires.
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Circuit Earrings

$42.00 Creative Producer: Grace Hogan
// sterling silver // about 2.5" long (from top of ear wire) and about .5" wide // dangle // made to order // made to order
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Dream Catcher Black 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Dream Catcher Leather 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Dream Catcher Purple 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Dream Catcher Red 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Dream Catcher Royal Blue 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Dream Catcher Teal 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Drip Pendant

$55.00 Creative Producer: Grace Hogan
// sterling silver // each pendant will vary slightly// about 2″ x 1″// chain: 16″, 18″ or 20″// made to order[
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Earring Double porcupine quill #117

$15.95 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
Double porcupine quill with black and turquoise colored beads. Surgical steel wires.