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Indian Goods in the USA
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User Submitted Tips
- Native American Indian goods are not just available at tourist attractions in the American Southwest. There are many Native American Indian goods websites. On these sites, you can buy anything from $5 keychains to authentic buckskin Native American Indian clothing for $1700. Something to be careful of, I have found, is fake, mass produced items. You can tell the difference between machine made and handmade Native American Indian goods most easily by looking at the stitching. Machine-stitched products have uniform, evenly spaced stitching whereas handmade goods, though the stitching is good, usually have less uniformity in the stitches. So, when looking for handmade, check the stitching.
- When we moved into our house, I couldn't decide how to furnish our new bedroom. I saw on one of those home decorating shows a room done in the style of India-gorgeous! So, I set about finding antique Indian goods online. I discovered two phrases to be look out for, though. Those phrases are antique-like and reproduction, if you want authentic Indian goods. There are some online auction sites that have a wide selection of antique Indian goods. Look too at online antique stores specializing in Indian goods. Good luck!
- I had dinner at an Indian restaurant last year and have been trying to replicate the taste of that night ever since! All the seasonings I bought were bland compared to the ones at the restaurant. I finally found some online stores that carry genuine imported Indian cooking goods. I also found directories listing Indian cooking goods stores in my area. I have tried both and found that I prefer to go to the actual store. You can see the owner face-to-face and be assured that what you're buying is safe.
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