We ♥ (love) turquoise jewelry!
Every week, we sell thousands of dollars of old and new Native Southwest turquoise jewelry, both artist “signed” pieces and “unsigned” pieces.
An approximation of value and identification of your Native Southwest turquoise jewelry or turquoise costs you only $35.00 per item.
We offer this service for walk-in clients & over the Internet!
(A) detailed digital photographs of your piece(s) showing close-up shots of the front and back and any other helpful angles. e-mail: email@example.com.
(B) measurements of piece (i.e. length of necklace, etc.)
(C) the weight of the piece
(D) any helpful information you might have about the piece(s) history or providence.
I accept paypal payment for this service through my paypal account – which is firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Evaluations usually take from 3 to 5 business days depending on the amount of research required and my immediate work load.
*This service is NOT a formal written appraisal, but is an identification and estimate of value based on 25 years of experience and continuing education through visiting other dealers and their shops, Indian jewelry shows, as well as local and national Indian Markets. We also utilize paid subscription internet sites for the latest information.
Comprehensive written appraisals are also available for insurance coverage or any other reason, as we are accredited appraisers who are qualified and experienced at writing professional appraisal reports for Native Southwest Jewelry. Contact us for additional information (520) 326-3070 or visit American Heirloom Appraisers.com.
We have created turquoise jewelry ourselves! We have been guests at the Royston mining district and personally mined turquoise. We have also been guests of Freeport McMoran at the Bisbee turquoise tailing piles. We cut turquoise from the rough stone, shape turquoise for jewelry, and silversmith the finished product.
Our 25 years of experience of buying, selling, and evaluating turquoise jewelry is our foundation for your accurate verbal approximation of value.
Listed with the Arizona State Museum (University of Arizona) as an “appraisal resource” assures you of our credentials.
We regularly attend Native American Indian jewelry shows including the Santa Fe Indian Market each August, Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, and other local and regional Native American Indian jewelry Shows.
We regularly perform Indian Jewelry valuations, either as a walk-in service or internet e-mail correspondence.
Feedback from a recent internet client (8/17/2015):
I want to thank you for the wonderfully detailed appraisal of my squash blossom necklace – right down to the details of the maker of the piece. Incredible work! I am astounded!
All the best,
Feedback from a recent internet client (3/1/2016):
that is good news and as always you are great at both providing little tutoring and presenting a simple evaluation in a way that makes sense and is useful. Much appreciated, have a great day!! Jeff R.
Feedback from a recent internet client (10/19/2016):
Feedback from a recent internet client (10/21/2016):
Thank you very much for your evaluation – we greatly appreciate your expertise in helping us better understand what we have! Brenden S.
Christy and Dwight practice their soldering techniques under the watchful eye of world renown Master Silversmith Sam Patania at his Tucson, Arizona studio.
Dwight is the featured jewelry and relic appraiser on the Travel Channel © “Dig Wars – Ruby, Az.©” (first aired on July 3, 2013).
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