Ethnographic Items at Igavel Online Auction

New York City April 21, 2013 : Igavel Auction house is now offering ethnographic art in their current sale of Asian, Ancient, and Ethnographic Works of Art Auction which will be live online until May 1st 2013. Objects may be purchased online and shipped at the purchaser's expense to whatever location selected. Igavel's guarantee is printed below and is available online.
 
5) Guarantee Policy. All items on iGavel are guaranteed for authenticity and condition, subject to the specific terms of these guarantees listed below:
a) Each Seller guarantees the authenticity of the object as described in the lot heading for a period of 60 days from the closing date of the sale of that lot on iGavel. This guarantee is given only to the person who bought the lot and not to any third party or subsequent owner.
The terms of guarantee for authenticity do not cover adjectival terms or statements of opinion and only apply if the lot’s worth is diminished due to the amended description.
b) Each Seller guarantees the condition of the lot as described in the lot condition field for a period of 21 days from the closing date of the sale of that lot on iGavel. The guarantee warrantees that the description of the lot condition is substantially correct based upon a fair reading of the lot’s description. No guarantees of condition are made for any frames, mountings, glass, or bases
accompanying a lot.
c) All property sold on iGavel is expected to show some evidence of age and wear. Other than the specific guarantees for authenticity or condition, all property is sold “as is” and the Seller and iGavel make no representations or warrantees about any other aspect of the property including reproduction or intellectual property rights.
 
Among the objects in this sale are a fine Lwalwa copper plated mask from the collection of Jay Last,  a fine Bembe figure from Everett Rassiga, a Jalisco maternity sold by John Menser to a Forth Worth collector, and among other things a small Ndebele collection..