Learn more about those items tucked away in your closet or collecting dust on your display shelves! Bring them to the Steele Auditorium at the Heard Museum during our semi-annual American Indian Art & Artifacts Appraisal Day, presented by the Heard Museum Council. Leading Native art traders will examine your treasures, including baskets, textiles, pottery, jewelry, carvings, paintings, sculptures and other Native art forms and offer information about materials, dates, artists and traditions.
Will you be the next visitor to find that your old Navajo rug is worth a small fortune? Or that the 1850s-era deer skin dress that’s been in your family is now valued at $70,000, as one amazed owner learned during a past appraisal? Or, in another appraisal, that a basket used as a trash can was determined to be an 1880s-era Apache basket was valued at more than $20,000?
What do the Experts Evaluate?
Learn more at our website: heard.org/event/appraisal-day/