Wright's Indian Art

"The Wright Stuff" Native Art Blog

FAQs About Our Gallery

How does Wright’s acquire art?

Wright’s purchases handmade, one-of-a-kind art directly from the artists. We have strong relationships, some as long as five generations within a single family of artists. These relationships ensure a level of trust and respect on both sides, allowing us the pleasure to support these amazing artists directly and bring their work to you!

Why is art priced so high?

Every piece is priced with the artists’ feedback. We strive to honor every artist we work with by pricing their work fairly, and in line with their own personal preferences. Everything we carry is handmade and one-of-a-kind, never mass-produced, and the prices will always reflect the nature of the work.

Do you take custom orders?

Wright’s is able to take custom order requests provided that the desired artist is interested in fulfilling the request. We require half of the total cost as a non-refundable down payment when the order is placed, with the other half of the total cost due upon completion of the order. Store credit in the full amount owed, and with no expiration, is issued to the customer if the order is not completed for any reason. We love helping our clients partner with an artist for something especially unique and personal!

Do you ship anywhere?

Wright’s ships all around the world.

How do you determine packing and shipping costs?

Shipping costs, through our providers, are passed directly onto you, so that you may take advantage of our discounted rates. Packing is done professionally through the gallery or a vetted third party, and the cost is passed directly onto you. The costs associated with packing and shipping are quoted to you at our actual cost rounded to the next whole dollar.

Do you do appraisals?

Wright’s does not offer appraisal services, however, we are able to strongly recommend multiple appraisers based on reputation/relationships and your specific needs.

Do you sell estate and vintage jewelry?

Wright’s sells what we have purchased or consigned from artists. We do not sell estate jewelry, as we prefer to support living, working artists directly. Some of our pieces are vintage, though we purchased them as new at the time we acquired them.