Native American Market

Published on November 1, 2011 by Amy

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Native American Market
Native American Market

Whether it is online, in a series of shops or an outdoor event, a Native American market is a great place to buy antiques or new items designed by Native American craftsmen and women. While some prefer to sit in the comfort of their homes and order Native American crafts, others travel for miles and even out of state for festivals and other events which may include a Native American Market.

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If you decide to attend one of these events, you can see for yourself that the crafts are made and sold by Native American craftsmen and women, and the guarantee of authenticity is one reason why some prefer to travel to a Native American market rather than trust a tourist shop or an online operation.

However, you can find a good Native American market online if you do some research and find the most reliable Native American market on the web. Although it may be hard to prove authenticity, you can be sent to a virtual Native American market on the web by a satisfied customer or a friend. Many web sites will refer you to an offsite store, and you may want to visit the store rather than trusting your online search. Nevertheless, if you are happy with your virtual Native American market, it is worth staying with the shop you like.

At a Native American market, you can find valuable artifacts such as arrowheads, antique beads and other supplies. While it is unlikely that you will find or be able to afford an authentic Indian Headdress worn by a chief, you can purchase replicas that are just as beautiful and durable. Jewelry is a popular item at a Native American market, and the style of beadwork varies from tribe to tribe.

You can also find wampum, or clam shells, which are traditional Native American currency. These often have holes at the top and are made into belts. Although it is unlikely you can use wampum to purchase anything at a Native American market, you can pick up some wampum as a valuable artifact.

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