American, Navajo, Kewa and Zuni jewelry
Buy now with confidence. Authenticity & Satisfaction
15194 Harbour Isle Dr. Fort Myers, FL 33908 (Appointment only)
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1. 30+ years experience
in Native American art and jewelry | we know value
money-back return privilege, even gift purchases.
3. We buy directly
from artists. We know them personally
4. We Only offer
what we would be happy to keep
5. As an Online
business we price low | There is no gallery overhead
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by Aboriginals: Art of the First Person.
Business office located in Fort Myers, Florida at 15194 Harbour Isle Drive.
Questions? Call 1-800-305-0185
or email to sanibelart
We are members of
Antique Tribal Art Dealers Assciation, Indian Arts & Crafts Association,
SouthWest Association for Indian Art, Wheelwright Museum, Museum of New
Mexico, Lee County Alliance for the Arts, Sanibel-Captiva Chamber of Commerce
for buying Native American Indian jewelry:
buy American Indian jewelry that you don't love and will not want to
wear forever. Nothing is more depressing than living with a turquoise bracelet you really don't like that
was purchased solely for investment gain that seldom materializes.
2) Shop around, but don't be swayed by price alone. An apparent bargain
doesn't necessarily mean a good value. Make sure your seller offers
authentic Native American Indian-made jewelry and not foreign
imitations. Don't trust "Southwest-style jewelry" to be real
Native American pins or crosses. Members of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association (IACA)
are committed to IACA's authenticity and integrity codes. Other sellers
may offer cheap rip-offs.
3) If you don't trust your dealer and its guarantees, don't buy. There
are many reputable dealers to choose from. A good dealer in Native American
Indian goods will allow you to return anything you are unhappy with
in a reasonable period either for cash or credit. Ask your dealer what
its policy is.