Chile | Studio photograph for a Mapuche woman.  Traiguen, ca. 1890 || Photographer Milet Ramírez, Gustavo.

Photograph (black and white); a head and shoulders studio portrait of Mapuche woman; she wears a trarilanko (headband), medella (coi.

Mapuche  pendientes de plata 925 chaguai - aros estilo mapuche plata 925 calado,cincelado

Mapuche pendientes de plata 925 chaguai - aros estilo mapuche plata 925 calado,cincelado

"A huge Khamsa from north eastern Algeria, from the CHAOUIA berbers. Sometimes used as a central pendant of the lovely clove and coral necklaces". Link: http://ethnicjewels.ning.com/photo/special-gift-for-khamsa-lovers?context=user. Posted by ayis (an excellent poster) on "ethic jewels".

"A huge Khamsa from north eastern Algeria, from the CHAOUIA berbers. Sometimes used as a central pendant of the lovely clove and coral necklaces". Posted by ayis (an excellent poster) on "ethic jewels".

Mapuche woman, 19th century || Illustration by José Pérez de Arce

Mapuche woman century by José Pérez de Arce. *The Mapuche are a group of indigenous inhabitants of south-central Chile and southwestern Argentina

"To Mapuche women the magical nature of jewelry is so real that when they dress up they unconsciously assume an air of dignity that is expressed in their face,, bearing and voice " | From the publication "Mapuche Silver". Text: Raul von Bennewitz Morris. Photographer: Juan Carlos Gedda

"To Mapuche women the magical nature of jewelry is so real that when they dress up they unconsciously assume an air of dignity that is expressed in their face,, bearing and voice "

China - Guizhou, Taijiang | Necklace from the Miao; silver alloy, or silver toned metal. // ©Quai Branly Museum. 71.1999.1.9

China - Guizhou, Taijiang | Necklace from the Miao; silver alloy, or silver toned metal. // ©Quai Branly Museum. 71.1999.1.9

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