Native American Jewelry

Do you have any Native American jewelry with turquoise, coral, amber, or silver that you don’t wear anymore? Turn your unused or unwanted jewelry into cash by selling to Precious Elements. Providing honest, transparent, and fair-market valuations is our main priority, so contact us online, give us a call, or visit us in person to find out how much your Native American jewelry is worth.

As experts in Native American jewelry, Precious Elements can provide more accurate evaluations (and higher-priced cash estimates) than standard jewelry shops. We know what we are looking at, so we actually know what your jewelry is worth; less knowledgeable buyers may only consider one or two factors and accidently (or purposely) provide less-than fair market price for your jewelry. Precious Elements is different, and it’s why we are one of the premier jewelry buyers anywhere in the United States.

If you live in Phoenix, Chandler, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Mesa, Glendale, Maricopa, Tucson, Casa Grande, Payson, Prescott, Flagstaff, Cave Creek, or Sun City AZ, feel free to come visit our Arizona location in person!

With Precious Elements you can now sell your native american jewelry online and it has never been easier, visit our Arizona location in person if you live in Chandler Phoenix Gilbert Scottsdale Mesa Glendale Maricopa Tucson Casa Grande Payson Prescott Flagstaff Cave Creek or Sun City AZ
Our buyers are ready and available to purchase a variety of items, turquoise, coral, silver, amber, squash blossoms, concho belts, cuffs, bracelets, rings, earrings, pendants, pins, brooches, and necklaces

What We Buy

Precious Elements offers unbeatable prices for all kinds of Native American jewelry, including squash blossoms, concho belts, cuffs, bracelets, rings, earrings, pendants, pins, brooches, and necklaces. We buy single-stone, multi-stone, inlayed, machine-casted, and other types of jewelry.

Factors in Evaluating Native American Jewelry

Precious Elements is the best place to sell your Native American jewelry because we are expert Native American jewelry appraisers. We consider many different factors to provide a top-dollar valuation of your item, including:

  • Age – How old is the piece and what era is it from?
  • Condition – Are there any damaged stones, or any tarnish and discoloration due to age?
  • Gemstones – Does your jewelry have any turquoise, coral, onyx, mother of pearl, or any other valuable gemstones?
  • Size & Weight – How light or heavy is the piece of jewelry? Specifically, how much silver or gold is there?
  • Artist – Is your Native American jewelry stamped with initials or an artist’s name? Some artists’ pieces are highly collectable.

Your satisfaction is guaranteed with Precious Elements, it is as easy as sending a photo and we will send you an offer

As you can tell, Precious Elements goes to great lengths to evaluate Native American jewelry. We want to be confident in the value we provide, and we want you to be confident that you are getting top dollar for your jewelry. One of the benefits of our free, no-obligation estimate is that you will learn more about your item(s), including which tribe it came from, how old it is, and, most importantly, how much it is really worth. These are only a few of the reasons why we are one of the premier jewelry, coral, silver, amber, and turquoise buyers in the U.S.

Sell Your Native American Jewelry in Three Easy Steps

As easy as 1-2-3

  1. Start a conversation.

    The first step to selling Native American jewelry is to start a conversation. Contact us online or give us a call to speak with one of our expert Native American jewelry buyers. We will also ask you to provide photos to help us provide an estimated valuation. If you live in Arizona, you can bring your item(s) to one of our locations in Phoenix or Chandler for an in-person estimate.

  2. Send us your turquoise, amber, or other item.

    If you accept our estimated value, the next step is to send us your item(s) so we can verify quality, authenticity, and look for any additional characteristics or attributes that may indicate your item(s) are worth more than market price. After we perform a hands-on inspection, we will provide you a confirmed offer on your Native American jewelry.

  3. Get paid.

    If you accept the offer, you will get paid the same day via your preferred payment method. If you are not satisfied for any reasons, we will send back your item(s) free of charge.

There is no risk or obligation to receive a Native American jewelry valuation from Precious Elements. If you have any questions or would like to request a free estimate, chat with us online, give us a call, or visit us for an in-person valuation.

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