We offer a wide range of products and materials as well, our products are all hand made using only quality materials in the whole production.
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Copper is the most important metal of our country, however the handmade pieces are scarce (like the handicraft in Bronze). With an essentially urban character, the techniques of embossing, hammering and enamel for decoration and jewelery objects stand out. Our artisans develop wonderful pieces using national raw materials together with semiprecious stones. The results end in unique and innovative pieces that reflect a long trajectory of the work of the Chilean goldsmiths and a story that hopes
The Native woods our craftsmen use to manufacture their different works are free of threats in their conservation and their use is approved by the Ministry of Environment and the Council of Culture of Chile. Among the woods used are Tepa, Raulí, Laurel and Coigüe.
Our artisans only work with the only 2 types of cactus plants authorized for the production of rainsticks and approved with the CITES certificate: Echinopsis chiloensis and Eulychnia acida.
The clay handicraft we offer comes exclusively from the artisan village of Pomaire, where men and women work equally in the development of unique pieces full of history. The clay work of Pomaire has preserved old traditions of manufacture that are inherited and polished from generation to generation.
Ceramic techniques are currently developed in five well-characterized areas: Pomaire, Talagante (Santiago region); Quinchamalí (Chillán region); Florida (Concepcion region), and very small localities of Mapuche culture. This noble material is worked by our artisans by hand, and their techniques go from generation to generation. Its use in Chile is presented in tableware and utensils, to even musical instruments.
In Rari (Colbún, Maule Region) the technique of weaving in horsehair, is transmitted from generation to generation, as well as most of the artisan techniques present in our country. One of the most popular legends is that this craft was born from a derivation of wicker braiding, but made with roots and corn stalks, which were called huiras. More or less from the 30's, began to use colored dyed horsehair to be more striking and give life to the figurines.
Glassfusion is the technique of melting and superimposing one or more glasses using an oven at high temperatures. This can be realized with the contribution of different colored pigments, enamelled paints, ground glass, glass wires, etc. The work done by our craftsmen seeks to develop innovative pieces full of colors and inspired by nature, even when the craftsman tries to make a copy of his own work, the unique characteristics of the glass allows never to exist 2 pieces exactly the same.
Through recycling from magazines, tetra pak and even newspapers, these unique pieces are made, that stand out for their quality and innovation. Also full with a strong message to contribute to a new way of life, to those who love our planet and with their way of being contribute to a less polluted world.
Art of the sea