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Arizona PBS–All New Show–Arizona Collectibles

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 | General | No Comments

Curious about the value of your collectibles?

  • American Indian items
  • antiques
  • Asian ceramics
  • books
  • firearms
  • furniture
  • glassware
  • jewelry
  • oriental rugs
  • paintings
  • prints
  • sculpture
  • silver
  • toys

Saturday & Sunday April 5 & 6

Call for information to receive admission tickets 602 496-2877


Submit photographs through an email by March 25, 2014


Mail photographs to

Arizona Collectibles 555 North Central Avenue #500  Phoenix, AZ    85004-1252

Items must not weigh over 50 pounds

Any firearms must be made before 1900 is their website

Corinne Cain, ASA will be present to value your Fine Arts.

Hope to see you there !

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Appraisal Day at the Heard Museum 22 March 2014

Monday, March 17th, 2014 | General | No Comments


22 March 2014

10 am – 2 pm

Heard Museum

2301 North Central Avenue (between McDowell & Thomas Road, east side of Central)

Phoenix, AZ    85004

$30 for the first item

$25 for the second item

$20 for each item beyond the first two

American Indian baskets, jewelry, kachinas, paintings and original prints, pottery, sculpture, weavings as well as Pre-Columbian pottery.

Corinne Cain, ASA (Accredited Senior Appraiser) will be there to appraise along with several knowledgeable dealers, the funds benefiting the Heard Museum.

Recommend arriving at the museum PRIOR to 10 am to minimize your wait time.  Saturdays are precious to most of us.

Corinne Cain of

Questions?  Call  602 252-8840

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Marin Show Art of the Americas Next Weekend !

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 | Collector Savvy tips, Exhibition news | No Comments

San Rafael, California at Marin Center

February 21 – 23

Over 100 high-brow dealers will bring their best inventory to capture your hearts and your purse strings

Deepen your understanding of what the “best” looks like by attending this show.

Splurge and spend $35 for opening night 6:30 pm – 9 pm, so you don’t have to wonder just what you missed !

Hope to see you there . . . I am going to enjoy observing this show along with you .

Corinne Cain of


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Phippen Museum presents Architecture in Art

Monday, February 17th, 2014 | Exhibition news | No Comments

8 March – 13 July 2014 in Prescott, Arizona

also on display


through 15 June 2014

Many, many great restaurants to follow viewing these exhibitions in Prescott, plus extremely diverse antiques shopping  !

Corinne Cain of


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Savvy’s 1st Collector Sale online & in Phoenix

Saturday, November 23rd, 2013 | General | No Comments

Saturday & Sunday  November 23 and 24  8 am – 4 pm

Delbert Buck Navajo Mother & Papoose

Unique and Beautiful gift items at unbelievable prices !!!

Art           Pottery     Sculpture     Western Bookends     Masks   Textiles     Basketry

100′s of auction catalogues

326 West Harmont Drive    Phoenix, AZ    85021   602 906 1633

also click on our Collector’s Sale button on the right nav bar on

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Appraisal Day Saturday Nov 16 10 – 2 pm

Friday, November 15th, 2013 | Collector Savvy tips, General | No Comments

American Indian Art and Artifacts

32633 North Scottsdale Road  (Heard Museum North)

10 am – 2 pm

$30 first item, $25 second item, $20 additional items

($5 off for members) Payments are made to the Heard Museum.

Appraisers are donating their time and expertise.

I will be there along with a bevy of other knowledgeable individuals.

Find out just what Aunt Susan left you: culture, age, value.

Paperwork will NOT suffice for insurance coverage issues.

See you there !

Corinne Cain of

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The West Select 2013 !

Saturday, November 9th, 2013 | Collector Savvy tips, Exhibition news | No Comments

Walter Matia‘s bronze titled Golden Rule ignites my belief that sculpture can be dynamic again!

and who would have believed a large painting of rocks had the potential to soothe ???  William Shepherd challenges your senses with an oil on panel measuring 35″ height X 59″ width.

The West Select is an invitational exhibition on view at the Phoenix Art Museum from November 10, 2013 to December 31, 2013.  Thirty four (34) different artists feature two to four artworks each consisting of paintings, drawings, sculpture or photography.  Six of these artists received awards and one additional artist’s painting was purchased by the Men’s Art Council, to be gifted to the permanent collection of the Phoenix Art Museum.

Corinne Cain of the

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Contemporary American Indian Art World Wide Exhibit 2012-2013

Monday, September 16th, 2013 | Exhibition news | No Comments


Traveling to Valencia, Spain October 10-31, 2013, this group show features work by 25 artists, some of them established like Bob Haozous (Chiricahua Apache), Edgar Heap of Birds (Cheyenne/ Arapaho) and Sandra Cohoe (Navajo) as well as emerging artists such as Dennis Arviso (Navajo).

Organized by Lyle Toledo Yazzie (Navajo) and Elija Vandenberg, with support from the British Museum, Indigenous Brilliance opened at the Highgate Gallery in London in June 2012.

Celebrating contemporary American Indian made art on a world stage !

To learn other venues, contact

This information was published in Native Peoples magazine September/ October 2013 issue

Corinne Cain of


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Fiction as Instructional Text on Navajo Textiles

Thursday, August 29th, 2013 | Collector Savvy tips, General | No Comments

Kayenta Crossing & Beyond the Loom


Mark Sublette’s latest murder mystery hinges on his chief character, Charles Bloom, falling in love first with an attractive and witty Navajo weaver and secondarily with high-quality Navajo textiles. The by-product of this engaging story is your exposure to the basics of collecting American Indian weavings.

Information gained in Sublette’s novel is further expanded by Ann Lane Hedlund’s modest fact-driven book Beyond the Loom  Keys to Understanding Early Southwestern Weaving.

Together they represent painless learning.

Dr. Hedlund also stages hands-on textile workshops designed to deepen your ability to discern characteristics of Southwestern weavings, held at the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ.  Ann functions as Program Director of the Gloria F. Ross Tapestry Program at the U of A.  An interesting sidelight, Gloria F. Ross was Helen Frankenthaler’s sister.

Both books are available through

Corinne Cain of


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Whitehawk 2013 Santa Fe Aug 11 – 13

Monday, July 15th, 2013 | Exhibition news | No Comments

Wouldn’t you like to see what we have to share this year?

Booth #64

Aug 11  6-9pm

Aug 12, 13  10-5 pm

Corinne Cain & Kateri Weiss


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