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Indian Arts and Crafts Association (IACA) Code of Ethics

Members of the Indian Arts and Crafts Association, a national association of Indian artists, traders, dealers, collectors, museums and others concerned with the image and marketing of American Indian arts and crafts, agree to adhere to the following:  

To honestly represent American Indian arts and crafts as to nature and origin within the realm of my control and to offer return privileges for articles found by the Indian Arts and Crafts Association to have been misrepresented by me; To abide by all federal, state, local and tribal laws pertaining to Indian Arts and Crafts, artifacts and natural resources; To abide by ethical business conduct regarding advertising, appraising, pricing and guarantees offered by me; To respect and support ethical business activities of all Indian Arts and Crafts Association members;   To encourage consumer confidence in the authenticity of all articles identified with the IACA seal; and, To cooperate with the law enforcement agencies and the IACA in the investigation of crimes involving Indian arts and crafts and to promote proper identification of Indian arts and crafts.  

For information about the IACA and to become a Collector’s Guild Member of the IACA please visit Collector’s Guild Members receive a 10% discount on items purchased from Dragonfly Native American Jewelry.

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