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Native American Indian Jewelry
Hopi, Zuni, Navajo, Isleta, Santo Domingo and other American Indian jewelry artists

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Who is "Native American Jewelry"?
We are proud to present the finest authentic Native American Indian jewelry featuring turquoise, coral, silver, gold and other gemstones, purchased from the artists who create it by hand. To honor our demanding and particular clientele, we absolutely guarantee the security of their information.

Our order form is encrypted with a secure socket lock (SSL) to protect credit card information and other personal data.

We encourage anyone who may still be uncomfortable entering private information online
to place their order by phone, 1-800-305-0185, for the ultimate order security.

We NEVER share information with anyone other than our credit card processing company.

Your information is completely, totally and without exception, safe with us.

Susanne & William Waites love Native American Indian jewelry
Owners of Native American,
Susanne and William Ernest Waites

Our affection for Native American Indian jewelry began in 1979, when we returned from
living in Australia. For 10 years, we sold pieces from our collection at powwows and art shows
in and around Chicago, IL

In 1990, we moved to Florida and opened a physical gallery on Sanibel Island. We named it
"Aboriginals: Art of the First Person" since we handled indigenous tribal art from several cultures.

In 1995, we opened our first online gallery, as an extension of the physical gallery. It was a
modest web site complicated by so many variations that we decided to open separate web sites
for each major genre. Thus, was born

In 2005, the physical gallery on Sanibel Island was closed.

In 2007, we moved the site to a server powered by "green" wind-powered energy.

We now sell Native American Indian jewelry and turquoise on the Web exclusively (and by appointment
in our home locally).

We also are represented at the Lee County Alliance for the Arts in Fort Myers, FL gift shop and
BIG Arts gift shop on Sanibel Island (All sales at the Lee County Alliance for the Arts and BIG Arts
include funds donated to support those groups.)

Closing the physical gallery allowed us to reduce our overhead and our prices.
We are proud to represent
authentic Native American jewelry and turquoise by top jewelry artisans and we guarantee you will be
satisfied with your purchase when you receive it.

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All pieces are guaranteed to be authentic.
We also guarantee your privilege to return any item you are unhappy with
after you have inspected in person. This privilege is guaranteed for 10 days
from receipt of merchandise, or 10 days after any holiday for which
you have ordered it as a gift.

This site is maintained by Aboriginals: Art of the First Person.
Business office located in Fort Myers, Florida at 15194 Harbour Isle Drive.

Questions: Call us at 239-482-7025 or 800-305-0185
or email to sanibelart at gmail

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What happens when you click on the order button?

You will be taken to a secure order form, encrypted to protect your information from prying eyes. The form is exclusive to our parent company, Aboriginals: Art of the First Person, and allows us to protect secure ordering with this site. The "http" in the browser bar changes to "https". The "s" stands for secure.

We only need your name, email address and telephone number in case we need to contact you with questions about your request. We suggest you also enter information about the item that interests you. You are not obligated to buy at that point.

If you want to order using the secure form, you can enter your credit card information, assured that it will only be seen by us. We will contact you as soon as we receive your order form.

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Tips for buying Native American Indian jewelry:
1) Never buy Native American Indian jewelry that you don't love and would not want to wear forever.
Nothing is more depressing than having to live with jewelry purchased solely for investment gain that
doesn't materialize.

Shop around, but don't be swayed by price alone. A"bargain" price doesn't necessarily mean a good
value. Make sure your seller offers authentic Native American Indian-made jewelry and not foreign
imitations. Members of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association (IACA) agree to the IACA authenticity
and integrity codes.

3) If you can't trust your dealer and its guarantees, don't buy from it. A good dealer in Native
American Indian jewelry will allow returns within a reasonable period either for cash or credit.
Ask your dealer what its policy is.

Here are some of our favorite Native American jewelry artists:

Calvin Begay portrait
Calvin Begay
Evalena Boone portrait
Evalena Boone
Doris Coriz portrait
Doris Coriz
Dorothy C. Coriz portrait
Dorothy C. Coriz
Rolanda Haloo portrait
Rolanda Haloo
Tommy Jackson portrait
Tommy Jackson
Marvin Slim portrait
Marvin Slim
Michael Kirk portrait
Michael Kirk
Artie Yellowhorse portrait
Artie Yellowhorse
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