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ATADA members are American Indian and Tribal dealers, collectors and curators. Our website features an illustrated directory of our members, their specialties and contact information, membership information, ATADA News archives, and more.
The Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association, ATADA, was established in 1988 to set ethical and professional standards for the trade and to provide education for the public. ATADA members are pledged to act as honest brokers, to guarantee authenticity and to provide the buying public with the available information on the age, source, integrity and collection history of the objects that they sell.
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ATADA's history: While attending a show in 1988, a small group of independent tribal art dealers got together for dinner. The conversation turned to their mutual concern for the lack of ethical standards for the business at large. From that discussion and those that followed, was born the concept of a professional association of dealers that would provide education for the public and set standards for the trade.
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