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M D. Higgins Gallery

Michael D. Higgins

About Michael and his Gallery

When I was a boy growing up in Tennessee, I never thought I would be in the career I have now. I grew up hunting and fishing with my dad and my brothers and spent many hours reading books about Native Americans. After I enlisted and was sent to Vietnam, I was stationed at Davis Montham Air Force Base here in Tucson and opened my gallery in 1972.

I am always buying, selling and taking consignments. I also offer appraisals for fair market value, insurance and donation purposes.

Over the years I have developed a fine network of friends, dealers and collectors who help me find wonderful things.    So please browse my collection and I hope you might find a valuable addition to your own collection.

Sincerely,

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Michael D. Higgins
Antique Indian Art
Since 1972

M D. Higgins Gallery

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I offer an appraisal service for older (pre 1945) American Indian items, Pre-Columbian Art, Mexican Antiques and Spanish Colonial items, early Western and Mexican Paintings and all other art mediums. As well as later pottery and weavings by the Matriarchs – Maria Martinez, Lucy Lewis, Nampeyo family, Margaret Tafoya, etc. and weavings by Daisy Tauglechee and all the other great Two Grey Hills weavers.

Please send photos with dimensions and condition via email or text so I can quickly tell you if it’s something I can assist you with. Or stop by the gallery with your items. I am willing to travel for large collections or major items.

Yes. I offer consignment service at very reasonable rates. If you have items you might be interested in selling please drop by the gallery or send photos via email or text so I can quickly tell you if it’s something I would be interested in. I am also willing to travel to see items.

Yes. I am always actively buying.

I am interested in fine old Native American Indian items – Baskets, Beadwork, Pueblo Pottery, Navajo Rugs, Blankets, Katsinas/Kachina dolls, Navajo/Zuni/Pueblo Jewelry, Northwest Coast, Eskimo, Northeastern items, Southeastern Beaded items and other artifacts, weapons, masks and carved wood objects. Also, Mexican Antiques, Spanish Colonial items, Tribal and Ethnographic items, early Arizona/Western/Mexican Paintings and other art mediums.

Although, I specialize in pre-1945 items, I also am very interested in later pottery and weavings by the Matriarchs – Maria Martinez, Lucy Lewis, Nampeyo family, Margaret Tafoya, etc. and weavings by Daisy Tauglechee and all the other great Two Grey Hills weavers.

If you have things that you might be interested in selling, but are not sure of the value, I will give you a free estimate of what the items might sell for. I will purchase outright or will take on consignment for a minimal fee.

Yes. As a Charter Member of the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association I fully guarantee the authenticity of the material I offer 100%.

Thursday to Saturday 11am to 5pm or by appointment.

You may return any item purchased from us through the website within 7 days for a refund of the purchase price excluding shipping charges which are non-refundable. Please notify me immediately if you would like to make a return by calling at 520-444-3339. All items returned must be insured, with tracking number, and ask for signature upon delivery.

The item must be returned to the gallery in the same condition it was shipped. The customer is responsible for all return shipping charges. Credit will be issued after we receive and inspect the merchandise.

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Gallery of the Past

The following items are a few of the wonderful things that have passed through my hands over the years.

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