~ RED CAMEL TICKER ~
Effective immediately, we will no longer be
able to accommodate in-office visits.
Our front office space, usually reserved for appointments
to see our lovely wares, has been taken over for
shipment processing and storage and is no longer
available for display of retail merchandise. If we
are able to resolve our space issues, we will again
offer appointment times for visiting. Until that
time no appointments can be accommodated.
Thank you for your understanding.
(posted 14 Sept 2016)
The next Sneak Peek will be released on
Tuesday, october 25, 2016. If you are on
our emailing list, look for it in your mail box then!
Just a reminder that most of these jewelry and textile
pieces are used tribal items. They will have small flaws in them,
perhaps missing dangles, frays or missing jewels. To learn more,
please see the information in the Tribal Disclaimer.
Want to know more about bedouin jewelry? This site is one of my very favorite
for information on all aspects of the craft. From history to
the meaning of coins in various cultures, Bedouin Silver is a great resource!
Don't want to use auto-checkout? Need something not listed on the web site?
Call the office (314.962.3522) or send an email email@example.com.
There are lots of wonderful items in stock that aren't listed on the web site.
We can help you find them or complete your purchase off-line!
Don't forget that The Red Camel offers a layaway plan for
orders totaling $200 or more.
You can read all the details on this page.
Minimum now reduced to $150 and even $100 for certain single Items!!
The Red Camel specializes in jewelry for tribal belly dance,
including pieces from the Middle East, Central Asia, India,
North Africa, Eastern Asia and many other places. We personally
select our pieces from many tribes, including Kuchi, Turkoman,
Baluch, Hazara, Uzbek, Banjara, Rabari, Berber, Tuareg, Hmong,
and Karen peoples. We are especially proud to offer
tribal silver jewelry from these peoples and areas as well.
If you have questions about these areas or tribes, please
Welcome to the Red Camel Website!
If you have questions about The Red Camel, this web site or how to use it,
check out the FAQ. If your question isn't answered there, you are always free
to email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 314-962-3522.