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Chile

Lukutuwe red table runner

€145,00 EUR Sold out

Sheep wool table runner made by the Membrillar Committee in Padre Las Casas, La Araucanía Region

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Product information

Location of Origin
Chile

Community
Mapuche

Techniques

  • Vertical loom

Materials

  • Sheep wool

Dimensions

120x30 cm

All of our pieces are made by artisan communities from different parts of the world, and each one takes several days of love to finish. In most cases they are unique pieces and in others they are very limited quantities where they will never be made in series. Due to the nature of their creation they will never be identical to each other.

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More about this piece

Location of Origin

Chile

Community

Mapuche

Techniques

  • Vertical loom

Materials

  • Sheep wool

Dimensions

120x30 cm

Chile

A unique piece from Mapuche

A piece woven with sheep's wool on a witral (traditional Mapuche loom, also called a vertical loom), using the trarikanmakuñ technique; staggered and vertical lines that are made by tightly tying certain areas of the warp. Thus, the tied parts prevent the dye from coloring those areas, resulting in white and colored areas like those seen in this piece. Subsequently, the düwekafe (Mapuche master weavers) assemble the dyed warps again on the vertical loom; As the plot progresses, the drawing appears. The Mapuche culture stands out for its traditional patterns and combination of colors that everyone from children to adults wear. In honor of one of Chile's native cultures, we innovate by creating a table runner with ancestral essence to accompany your dining room.