Who Cares About Quality in Indian Country?

January 3, 2014  |  Archive, News & Announcements  |  Share

That’s a problem right there. Indian artists have endured too many years of competing with schlock souvenir goods that too many people see and think are legitimate. The years of discount sales, ones that still go on today at selected locations, have eroded buyer trust. When you bring those people who collect Indian arts but aren’t personally wealthy (like yours truly) to Indian Market, they aren’t looking for a bargain, but they are looking for something they can spend their money on with pride and pleasure. Why should those who can afford high end arts be the only ones who can count on getting value for their money? Collectors are better educated than they used to be.

(Part 3 of a series)

Santa Fe Cathedral during Indian Market

Santa Fe Cathedral during Indian Market

 

 

 


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