Once-a-year "Half-off" Reduction on Authentic Native American Jewelry Starts Now

/EINPresswire.com/ Through Saturday, November 24, 2012, Native-American-Jewelry.org is temporarily cutting prices in half for all of its Native-American-Indian jewelry.

Through Saturday, November 24, 2012, Native-American-Jewelry.org is cutting prices in half on all of its Native American Indian jewelry.

"Actually, this is a once in a lifetime (so far) price reduction. We have a lot of jewelry and a lot of friends and customers," said Native-American-Jewelry.org owner, William Waites, in making the announcement. "Why not use the excess inventory to say "thank you" to our friends and customers at this time of year and make them happy?" he added.

"Unlike some websites that pretend to sell Native American Indian jewelry, but sell cheap imported jewelry that is not made by indigenous Native American artists, our Native American jewelry is all Native American-made, and guaranteed. Artists such as Calvin Begay, Marvin Slim and Colin Coonsis are included. And our low, original prices on the internet are often lower than their inflated prices even after their year-around so-called discounts. This is the first time we have reduced prices on our authentic Native American Indian jewelry this drastically."

"Since we know that this is tight timing for some people, if someone can't get an order in before Saturday, he or she can call us at 800-305-0185 and request a one-week extension of the sale exclusively for them, while they decide what to order", said co-owner, Susanne Waites. "For everyone else, however, the reduced price offer ends at midnight Saturday."

About Native-American-Jewelry.org. The website, which offers only Native American jewelry, is part of Aboriginals: Art of the First Person, a 20-year member of the Indian Arts & Crafts Association (IACA). The company also is a member of the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association (ATADA) and the Southwest Association for Indian Art (SWAIA).

Media Contact:
William Waites
Aboriginals: Art of the First Person

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