They used silver objets like personal ornaments. Standing out:
These were used to tie up the traditional dress (asku) in both sholders. The tupus have been replaced for simple pins and the small times that girls dress with the traditional custom, the "p'ichi" are esteemed ornaments. The tupus are formed by two spoons that end in a point, sharpenned like a big pin, joined by a chain. The hollow part of each spoon, has pictures carved that represent hearts, birds or vegetables. Bracelets (Pulsira) very limited, where used only in relevant social matters.
Earings or Sarcillu:
These earings were engraved with flowers or leaves. Sometimes pieces of glass or flagstone were added, that seem to be the fruits of the vegetable motives. The smaller earings were use daily and the bigger ones in special ocassions.
The Walcas, beed necklaces were an obligatory complement in the feminine ornament; made in glass or flagstone beeds of diverse colours, although in the past they were prefered in red beeds. Its length is variable. These were used wrapped around the neck.