Not only do this foundation's jewelry, carvings, ceramics and woolen goods sell at reasonable prices, most of what you pay goes to the artisan that made them. Look for other locations in Santiago and throughout Chil…
Tucked away in an unassuming passageway behind the ticket booth for Teatro Ictus, this cutesy shop specializes in graphic art, design books and other products handmade in Chile. You can also stock up on art supplies…
It’s a stretch to call this market’s mass-produced weavings and leather goods ‘crafts,’ but it’s certainly a good place to go for cheap souvenirs. Pan pipes, silver jewelry and Andean-style sweaters are some of the …
Indigenous craftspeople sell a small selection of wares at these stalls next to the Terraza Neptuno entrance to Cerro Santa Lucía; goods include silver jewelry, postcards, instruments and Mapuche dictionaries.
A not-for-profit foundation offering beautiful Mapuche textiles as well as high-quality jewelry and ceramics from all over southern Chile.
Good prices. Look for small stone or carved wooden replicas of moai and fragments of obsidian.
A good spot for Mapuche figures carved from laurel wood and raulí wood bowls.
Small handicrafts fair next to Villarrica's new Centro Cultural Villarrica.
Across from the church. This place has a bit of everything.
The Feria Artesanal has all the typical tourist wares.