Friday, October 23, 2009

ATADA Theft Alert - Native American jewelry

The Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association has posted a new alert concerning thirty-five pieces of antique American Indian Jewelry stolen from a Tucson, Arizona gallery on October 15 2009.

A full report on the stolen pieces of Native American Indian jewelry can be accessed on the ATADA theft alert page, http://www.atada.org/theft.html#sublette2009.

ATADA issues these alerts and we at Native-JewelryLink.com forward them based on experience that widely publicizing the theft and the items involved makes it difficult for the thieves to fence or sell them. If the thieves attempt to sell the items, someone in the field may recognize one or more of the stolen pieces and report the thieves to the police.

It is a crime to possess stolen property. Note that there is no statute of limitations on stolen property in the USA. Let the buyer beware!

4 comments:

nickslanguage said...

Yeah, I’ve tried to find ways to combine business and joy altogether. It’s good to experience the service you really enjoy and think about how to create that good or better service for your own business, though I may not intend to open a club. All that business’s done is to create an excellent service experience for its customers so that they may bring it more referrals. That’s how they develop their business by better and distinguish themselves from the others.

nickslanguage said...

Your business type is kind of distinguished and requires some joy. How do you like jewelry and why do you choose it as the business you're doing nowadays?

William & Susanne Waites said...

Nick:
Thank you for stopping by. We fell in love with native cultures and the artisans who work in those traditions. From there, stuff just happened.

nickslanguage said...

We have a some belief that the stuff you love just comes to you naturally - that means it takes time and effort and money also. And when you feel the rush to have it, your dream just fly away from you like a butterfly. I've longed to have my own business about languages and publishing, but still looking for ways to get through for it. It's interesting to know about the story about your business and nice to know you too. Keep it up!