Having your artwork appraised will authenticate the value of your piece. We are a Canadian certified Inuit art gallery, and have an established criteria to follow when appraising a piece of Inuit art.
Click here to see a sample of our Appraisals.
Included in our package is:
- Signed Letter of appraisal
- Estimated value of the piece
- Biography of the artist
- Certified Igloo Tag
- List of exhibitions (if they participated)
With a letter of appraisal, you can be sure to maximize the value of your piece as opposed to just hearsay. Our price is $240. In order to proceed, simply checkout on this page. Once this step is complete, send us as much info you have regarding your piece to email@example.com. This should include:
1) A few pictures of the piece (including one of the artists signature or initials if available)
2) Dimensions (Length, Height, Width, Depth & Approximate weight)
3) Any documentation that came with the carving
4) Picture of the Igloo Tag (if available)
Appraisals take approximately two weeks to complete of which a card stock certificate will be mailed to your address.
Once the appraisal is complete, should you decide to sell it, we have a list of venues who specialize in the sale of pre-owned Inuit art. They of course will charge a small commision for their services.
New additional service being offered (below)
To compliment your appraisal, for an additional $115, we offer a new service where we can have high quality professional photography done to your artwork.
This is a new service we offer and it will add tremendous value to your appraised piece. It will greatly advance your efforts in maximizing its full value. A typical before and after photo of a piece we recently appraised shows just how critical it is to do this.
Our photography service is an additional $115 plus shipping. Each set includes three photos of your piece. To proceed with the photography service, please follow this link or call us at 1 800 457-8110.
Note** You will be required to ship your carving to us for this additional service.