Because here there are no plastics with shiny surfaces and sharp edges, but rather noble and living materials, we invite you to learn what our products are made of. In addition, we share a list of care and cleaning tips to keep the love with which they were made intact, so that your objects can withstand the passage of time as well as you.
This fiber is sheared, washed, spun by hand and woven with looms and ancestral techniques of our native peoples. Both in the south with the southern sheep that graze in the endless pampas of Patagonia to the camelids that enjoy the sun in the northern Andes.
Ñocha, Manila, Chupón, Junquillo, Copihue, Voqui pilfuco, among others. All these fibers are collected by hand in our mountains and fields or greenhouses to then be worked and become works of art.
Everything begins in the earth, and the pre-Hispanic American pottery tradition is proof of this. Enjoy this collection of ceramic objects made in Guangualí, Gorbea, Talagante, Pañul, El Loa, Elqui and Quinchamalí.
Stone craftsmanship in Chile is like a whisper carved by time and nature. In this diverse land, artisans bring stones to life with the patience of centuries, sculpting stories into every vein and surface.
In the artisan's workshop, leather comes to life, becoming an extension of nature itself. With firm, purposeful stitching, the leather is molded into shapes that pay homage to the country's cultural heritage.
The Mapuches, custodians of the land, have inherited the wisdom of their ancestors and capture it in each piece of jewelry. Each design is a tribute to their culture, a testament to their connection to the land and spirit of their ancestors.