Abundace: This sterling silver adjustable bracelet presents the symbol of the sun, found in Native American Mapuche sacred silver art, from the south of Chile. The moving sun is a symbol of abundance, found in the great silverware pieces of ancestral indigenous Mapuche art. Antu, the name of the sun in Mapudungun, original language of the Mapuche people, has been carefully handcrafted using traditional hammering techniques by master artisans living and working locally in the south of Chile. This precious silver jewel is a gift of abundance and conscious luxury, providing fair trade employment to communities in need.
– Handmade using traditional techniques in the south of Chile
– Sterling Silver .925
– Size: 15 cm L x 1.5 cm W / 6 inches L x inches 0.5 W
– Weight: 12 gr.
– Elegant gift box included
– Certificate of authenticity and symbolism explanation included
– Worldwide shipping with DHL Express
This piece has been handmade rescuing ancestral indigenous techinques from the Araucania Region in the south of Chile. Learn more here.
Inspired in the ancestral Mapuche arts and culture. Find out more.
This piece supports artisans with local and constant employment under international fair trade standards. Learn more about the Fair Trade principles here.
Your piece be shipped to you with DHL Express between 7 to 10 days from the time of your purchase, allowing it to be handmade by our master artisans in the south of Chile. See our policies here.
A word on us: As a team and family we have been involved for decades in the investigation and promotion of indigenous culture and arts from Chile. We founded Lágrimas de Luna as a cultural and design-driven project to contribute to the sustainability of native cultures and build a tolerant society towards our diversity. The excellence, social impact and symbolism of our pieces reflects our enduring commitment to this goal, as well as the illusion and commitment of the artisans, designers, poets and researchers, who for many years have contributed with their talent to this dream and project.