Display of silver jewelry made by the Mapuche people of Chile in South America. | Photo taken at Folk Art of the Andes, exhibition at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico | Image ©Karen Elwell

Display of silver jewelry made by the Mapuche people of Chile in South America. | Photo taken at Folk Art of the Andes, exhibition at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico | Image ©Karen Elwell

From the exhibition Araucania (Chile) to the Pampas | Various  'Lloi-lloi' ~ pectorals/ clock pins.  Silver and glass beads.

From the exhibition Araucania (Chile) to the Pampas | Various 'Lloi-lloi' ~ pectorals/ clock pins. Silver and glass beads.


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From the exhibition Araucania (Chile) to the Pampas | Various  'Lloi-lloi' ~ pectorals/ clock pins.  Silver and glass beads.

From the exhibition Araucania (Chile) to the Pampas | Various 'Lloi-lloi' ~ pectorals/ clock pins. Silver and glass beads.

Mapuche jewellery.  I bought a beautiful pin, in Valparaiso, made by a Mapuche who's beaten it out of an oxidised spoon and then re-dipped it in Silver - stunning.

Mapuche jewellery. I bought a beautiful pin, in Valparaiso, made by a Mapuche who's beaten it out of an oxidised spoon and then re-dipped it in Silver - stunning.

South Central Chile or Southwest Argentina | Mapuche Pectoral; silver | 19th century | 1200$ ~ Sold

South Central Chile or Southwest Argentina | Mapuche Pectoral; silver | 19th century | 1200$ ~ Sold

Joyería tradicional mapuche. Chile.  El ajuar de la mujer consta de lloven nitrowe, o tocado femenino cubierto de cupulitas de plata, el trarilonko (cintillo de plata), los chaway o aros, el trapelacucha y sükil (adornos pectorales), el kilkay o collar, trarikug o pulseras, el tupu o punzón (prendedores para sujetar el chamal o chal femenino).

Joyería tradicional mapuche. Chile. El ajuar de la mujer consta de lloven nitrowe, o tocado femenino cubierto de cupulitas de plata, el trarilonko (cintillo de plata), los chaway o aros, el trapelacucha y sükil (adornos pectorales), el kilkay o collar, trarikug o pulseras, el tupu o punzón (prendedores para sujetar el chamal o chal femenino).

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