Chile | Studio portrait of a young Mapuche woman posed in front of a painted background of an outdoor scene; she wears a medella (coin-chain headdress), quipan (a square cloth, wrapped around the body), ikulla (shawl) or manta (blanket), chaway (earrings), tupu (clothes pin), trapelakucha (pectoral pendant) | ca. 1890. Traiguen, Araucania
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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tupu mapuche plata by macaselknam, via Flickr to fasten shawls
Pancerz o charakterze paradnym, tupu siedmiogrodzkiego, pochodzący jeszcze z I poł. XVII wieku
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Vintage South American Mantel Pin by Tupu Jewelry. It is a "tupu", or a mantle pin used by women in South America in their dressing. These were featured in a recent edition of Ornament magazine. These fancy hand crafted pins fastened shawls or blankets over women's shoulder. They were often done in repousse technique. This pin features a bevel set green glass stone
ca 1890- A studio portrait of three Mapuche women and three Mapuche children against a painted background of an outdoor scene; the women and children wear variously trarilonko (hair lace/headgear), quipan ( a square cloth, wrapped around the body), trarihue (waistband) ikulla (shawl), and tupu (clothes pin); two of the women are kneeling, engaged in processing foodstuffs, the third women stands next to a tree trunk holding one of the children; Traiguen, Chile.
RARE MUSEUM QUALITY ANTIQUE PERUVIAN PEACOCK TUPU PIN