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Hand Made Macrame Unicorn Dreamcatcher by DZI

SKU: DZI401026000_DSdZiAvailable Order Processed Within 24 Hours
$65.95

Product Description

This whimsical handmade Unicorn dream catcher is made using a natural cane and woven with a long-lasting wax-covered thread.

Wrapped and braided using traditional techniques by Nepalese artisans, they are often decorated with beads, crystals and stones.

Product Features: Measures 24 inches by 14 inches

Ethically handmade in Nepal, these socially responsible products are empowering consumers to purchase sustainable items according to their values, and help alleviate poverty.

So much more than a product assortment; Fair Trade is about safe work places, fair wages and community investment in the people.

The Story Behind the Art:

Dream Catchers are often referred to as Sacred Hoops. The original Dream Catcher can be traced back to the Ojibwe Native American tribe where they were originally used as talismans to protect from bad dreams.

Traditionally shaped as a circle, it is believed the shape represented the circle of life and the travels of the sun and moon across the sky.

Woven like a spider web, dream catchers are meant to capture bad dreams during the night and hold them there until the sun of the morning can burn them away.

The strands that hang below are traditionally meant to take the good dreams and gently carry them down to the peaceful sleeper.

About DZI:

dZi Inc. has been working with artisans in the Tibetan exile community in India since 1990, and with Nepali artisans involved in traditional Tibetan style crafts since 1995. Their products are marketed as part of dZi’s ‘Tibet Collection’ line.

Authentic cloth prayer flags printed on hand-carved woodblocks are specially made for dZi by The Gu-Chu-Sum (9-10-3) Movement of Tibet, established in 1991 and based in Dharamsala, India.

Gu-Chu-Sum was first organized by ex-political prisoners from the Tibetan freedom movement; monks, nuns and lay people who had escaped from Tibet due to political persecution.

Its purpose is to provide employment and support to Tibetan refugees needing help in India, and to educate about human rights abuses in Tibet.

You can try to visit www.gu-chu-sum.org, but the Chinese Government regularly sabotage their site!

dZi’s screen printed prayer flags are made by the Tibetan Nuns Projection (TNP), also based in Dharamsala, India.

TNP’s mission is to provide a safe and supportive environment and education for Tibetan nuns who have fled Tibet for reasons of religious and political persecution.

Visit tnp.org to learn more.

dZi’s Paper Prayer flags and incense are made by Tibetan Handicraft in Kathmandu Nepal, a member of Fair Trade Group Nepal and leader among the handmade paper export community.

This business supports hundreds of people in the local community through its income generation enterprise, and runs an elementary school providing free and low cost education for local children.

How long will it take to get my order?

All of our products listed in our store are in stock. We ship them out within 2 business days from our location in Florida, US. Please allow 3 to 7 business days for your delivery.

How do you ship?   

We ship by UPS Ground on larger items and USPS on smaller items. Shipping is free on orders of $75 or more to US addresses. Once shipped we will forward your  tracking number.

Can I return the product?   

Yes, you can return your product(s) within 30 days of your delivery date, but we hope you won't:) Our return location is Bonsai & Bear, 6450 Aragon Way, Unit 108, Fort Myers, FL 33966. Please forward your return tracking number so that we can verify receipt of your return. You can send it to hello@bonsaiandbear.com.     

We will issue your refund to the method of payment on your order within 5 business days. Please note that all items must be     returned without damage and in "like new" condition to be eligible for a refund.