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Native Women's Collective

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nwcollective

Native Women's Collective

14 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Native Women's Collective

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Anonymous on Dec 9, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Wrapped nicely to not be tangled or broken. Lovely work. Will buy again, thank you!

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Anonymous on Dec 9, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Wrapped nicely to not be tangled or broken. Lovely work. Will buy again, thank you!

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Anonymous on Dec 9, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Wrapped nicely to not be tangled or broken. Lovely work. Will buy again, thank you!

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Anonymous on Dec 9, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Wrapped nicely to not be tangled or broken. Lovely work. Will buy again, thank you!

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Anonymous on Nov 27, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Thank you so much my wife loved these! They are so beautifully made and she has already gotten many comments on them. We look forward to many more purchases with the Collective. Good work!

Anonymous on Nov 17, 2011

5 out of 5 stars
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Shop policies

Last updated on September 19, 2011
ABOUT THE COLLECTIVE: The Native Women's Collective is a grassroots nonprofit organization that supports the continued growth of Native American arts and culture through public education, workshops, exhibits, research, cultural preservation projects, programs and technical assistance. The collective works to advance emerging and established Native artists and creative professionals by providing a network and forum for artists to share their work and exchange ideas with others.

The Collective is based in Northwestern California and is comprised of members of several tribal groups including Yurok, Hupa, Karuk, Navajo, Hopi and Chumash.

ABOUT ITEMS IN THE SHOP: All of the items listed are already created and in the possession of the Collective. Some items have been created by members of our Board of Directors and/or Staff which they have donated to support daily operations of the Collective. When you purchase one of these items, your money is used to support the Collective in it's ongoing endeavors. Items created by Member Artists will be listed as such. When you purchase an item created by a Member Artist your money goes directly to the Artist.

For more information about the collective, member artists, or to become a member of the collective please visit our website at www.nativewomenscollective.org.

You can also find us on Facebook at:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Native-Womens-Collective/115618240171

Accepted payment methods

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  • Pay with PayPal
Payment
We accept PayPal. Packages will ship after payment is received and cleared.
For those without a PayPal account you can pay via credit card on the PayPal website without logging into an account.

Payment is due at the time of purchase. All items must be paid in full before we will ship your item to you.
Shipping
We ship within 3 days of received and cleared payment. All items will be sent USPS with delivery confirmation (insurance on all items over $50).

For international customers, contact us for shipping rates if they are not listed with the item, this way you'll get the most accurate quote.

We will use your PayPal shipping address. If you'd like use to send your items to a different address, please let us know at the time of purchase.

We use recycled shipping materials whenever possible.
Refunds and Exchanges
We want you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase. If you feel that your item is not as described, please contact us within 3 days of receipt of your item and we will work with you to find a solution.
Additional policies and FAQs
CUSTOM ORDERS: The Native Women's Collective does not do custom orders at this time. Our Member Artists make unique, one of a kind pieces. This is just one benefit of buying handmade items. If you like something and want to order something similar, you can always convo us and we will send your request to the artist. It may be possible, depending on the individual, to contact the artist directly about custom orders. Where we have permission to release an artist's contact information, we will do so.

Please Note:
Due to variations in monitor settings, there may be slight differences in the colors of the pieces you see. We do our best to present the most accurate photos of each piece.


FAQs: We've been asked on occasion where we got our amazing logo. One of the collective's member artists SuWorhrom David Baldy (Hupa/Karuk/Yurok) designed the logo especially for us. We would like to thank him for his very generous contribution to our organization. You can learn more about him and his work on our Featured Artists page at http://www.nativewomenscollective.org/artists.html.

For any further questions, feel free to convo us here or contact us at shop [!at] nativewomenscollective.org.