Value Of Navajo Jewelry

Navajo turquoise belt buckle
Value: $2,000 – $4,000

Turquoise gemstone belt buckle weighing over 1000 carat, Navajo museum quality piece.

Navajo cluster bracelet with rough turquoise stones
Value: $2,500 – $4,000

Terry Martinez sterling silver cluster bracelet with turquoise gemstones.

E&C Fierro concho belt with turquoise and lether
Value: $1,500 – $2,500

Vintage E&C Fierro Concho belt in sterling silver and eggshell turquoise gemstones.

Navajo artist V. Nez made bolo tie
Value: $2,500 – 4,000

Navajo artist V. Nez made Bolo tie with a huge turquoise and made of sterling silver.

Concho belt made by Edward Becenti

Concho Belt Art

Value: $1,500 – $2,500

Navajo artist Edward Becenti made concho coral belt.

1970s Navajo coral cluster belt
Value: $2,000 – 3,000

Coral loaded cluster belt by Navajo artist. Made in the 1970s.

Important Navajo veteran cuff
Value: $1,000 – $1,500

Navajo artist signed Veteran Cuff from the 1980s. Inlay work.

Sleeping Beauty made turquoise cuff

Navajo Turquoise Cuff

Value: $1,000 – $1,500

Navajo artist Sleeping Beauty signed multi turquoise cuff bracelet.

Navajo artist Cal Deson made veteran cuff bracelet
Value: $1,000 – $1,500

Navajo artist Cal Deson made “Just Won” inlay work cuff bracelet.

Rare 14k yellow gold turquoise cuff bracelet
Value: $1,500 – $3,000

Navajo artist made solid gold cuff bracelet with turquoise gemstones.

Navajo artist Delbert Gordon Royston made turquoise cuff
Value: $1,500 – $2,500

Navajo artist Delbert Gordon Royston made turquoise gemstone cuff.

Navajo artist Carico Lake made squash blossom necklace
Value: $1,500 – $2,500

Navajo artist Carico Lake squash blossom necklace.

Navajo artist Allen Kee sterling silver belt
Value: $1,000 – $1,500

Navajo artist Allen Kee solid sterling silver belt.

Navajo artist Bruce Morgan concho belt
Value: $1,000 – $1,500

Navajo artist Bruce Morgan sterling silver concho belt.

Navajo artist Fred Guerro made silver necklace
Value: $1,000 – 1,500

1970s piece. Navajo artist Fred Guerro Senior made Turquoise necklace.

Colorful gemstone belt made by Navajo artist Yellow Horsse
Value: 1,000 – $2,000

Navajo artist Yellow Horse maade turquoise and coral belt.

Sleeping Beauty made turquoise squash necklace
Value: $1,000 – 2,000

Navajo artist Sleeping Beauty made turquoise squash necklace.

Important Navajo stone work by Daniel Martinez
Value: $1,000 – $2,000

Navajo stone work concho belt made by Daniel Martinez.

Navajo artist Jim Harrison made coral cuff bangle

Navajo Gemstone Cuff

Value: $750 – $1,000

Navajo artist Jim Harrison made coral and turquoise cuff bangle.

Navajo artist made multicolor cuff bracelet

Navajo Multicolor Cuff

Value: $700 – $1,400

Exceptional Navajo multicolor stone work cuff bracelet.

Navajo artist Robert Henry made mother of pearl work

Navajo Mother of Pearl Cuff

Value: $700 – 1,200

Navajo artist Robert Henry Junior made mother of pearl and persin turquoise bracelet.

Appraisal For Buying Native Art

An appraisal can be very helpful for buying Native American jewelry, rugs, paintings or other items. An appraisal can give you confidence in closing the deal. On the one hand, you can be certain that your item is 100% authentic and on the other hand, the appraisal will come up with hard numbers about the value. If you are about to pay $25,000 for a Chief’s rug and the appraisal will confirm authenticity and value, you may sleep way better.

Appraisal For Selling Native Art

An appraisal may be very important if you plan to sell Native American jewelry. Many folk with selling plans are not the original owners of a collection. Very often, they inherited the jewelry not knowing what they own. A liquidation-value appraisal will make it easier to sell the collection off. You can present the items based on the appraisal what will help to get paid a fair amount for your items.