we believe that a major aspect of value is authenticity, we vouch that
you buy from Aboriginals: Art of the First Person or
any of its sister sites, such as
Native-PotteryLink, is what
we describe it to be. While provenance in the field of tribal
is difficult to establish, we work directly with artists or through
we trust. We make representations about each item
based on input from these
and our experience. If you, as
the purchaser, receive an appraisal from
that identifies the item as other than we represent
it to be, we
refund your purchase price upon receipt of the returned item
condition as when it was purchased. This guarantee has a 30 day
Inspection Return Privilege:
we understand that an item may look different on the internet than it
you see it in person, you have 14 days from the day you receive
your purchase to return
it its original condition for a full refund
of your purchase price. No questions asked.
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