Poncho mapuche. Cuando los mapuches se lo regalaron, estaban reconociendo en San Martín a un cacique, a un conductor. Museo Histórico Nacional, Argentina.
Dress Anu This dress was hand-woven on a Mapuche loom with the finest wool, and dyed with mud, moss and herbs. At its center, the symbol “Anümka” represents medicinal plants, leaves and flowers.
$320. This mesmerizing piece takes two weeks to weave on Mapuche looms and is made of 50% natural wool and 50% natural alpaca llama of natural dark color, giving it luxurious softness. The design of this textile is patterned after sprigs of wheat in the Southern Chilean countryside.