Ancient legends about the history and origin of the Dreamcatcher exist among several Native American tribes, but chiefly through the Ojibwe and Lakota nations.
The shape of the Dreamcatcher is a circle because it represents the circle of life, and how forces like the sun and moon travel each day and night across the sky.
The Dreamcatcher web catches the bad dreams during the night and dispose of them when the day comes. As for the good dreams, the feathers act as a fluffy, pillow-like ladder that allows them to gently descend upon the sleeping person undisturbed.
According to some American Indians, the bead on the Dreamcatcher symbolize the spider—the web weaver itself. Others believe the beads symbolize the good dreams that could not pass through the web, immortalized in the form of sacred charms.
The pendant on the keychain measures 2.3 Inch x 0.9 Inch or [ 6cm x 2.5cm ] at longest and widest points. The keychain is silver coloured like most standard keychains, and has a small turquoise coloured stone in the centre.
The total length of the keychain is 4.5 Inch or [ 11.5cm ]