33 Collar con centro mapuche  ||  Necklace center Mapuche style, 925 silver and copper, accompanied by hard stones and jade Guatemala lapizlasuli coral and sponge balls. $3,500.00

33 Collar con centro mapuche || Necklace center Mapuche style, 925 silver and copper, accompanied by hard stones and jade Guatemala lapizlasuli coral and sponge balls. $3,500.00

Chile ~ Trumpulo Chico | Mapuche head ornament; Wool, ostrich feathers | ca. 1975 | This headdress is worn during the Choyke Purun, or Ostrich Dance, during the Ngillatun (Pleading Ceremony) and Machitun (Healing Ceremony).

Chile ~ Trumpulo Chico | Mapuche head ornament; Wool, ostrich feathers | ca. 1975 | This headdress is worn during the Choyke Purun, or Ostrich Dance, during the Ngillatun (Pleading Ceremony) and Machitun (Healing Ceremony).

Peru | Little Mapuche Indian dressed up for a tribal gathering. Near Temuco | © Victor Englebert

Peru | Little Mapuche Indian dressed up for a tribal gathering. Near Temuco | © Victor Englebert

Violencia y represión chilena contra el Pueblo Mapuche

Violencia y represión chilena contra el Pueblo Mapuche

ca 1890- A studio portrait of a Mapuche woman and baby seen standing in profile, posed in front of a painted background of an outdoor scene; the woman wears a trarilonko (hair lace/headgear), quipan ( a square cloth, wrapped around the body), and ikulla (shawl) or manta (blanket); she carries the baby in a baby carrier made of wood and cord on her back; Traiguen, Chile.

ca 1890- A studio portrait of a Mapuche woman and baby seen standing in profile, posed in front of a painted background of an outdoor scene; the woman wears a trarilonko (hair lace/headgear), quipan ( a square cloth, wrapped around the body), and ikulla (shawl) or manta (blanket); she carries the baby in a baby carrier made of wood and cord on her back; Traiguen, Chile.

Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye Center, New York

Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye Center, New York

Mapuche Native Girl, Patagonia Chile. The people who harvest most of the maqui berry sold commercially are the Mapuche indians, who are indigenous to Chile. Photo by Zoe Helene

Mapuche Native Girl, Patagonia Chile. The people who harvest most of the maqui berry sold commercially are the Mapuche indians, who are indigenous to Chile. Photo by Zoe Helene

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