You probably have more collectibles in your home than you think
It's devastating when jewelry representing special moments in your life gets damaged, lost or stolen. That's why we teamed up with Jewelers Mutual Insurance Group to protect your valuable items.
A specialty jewelry insurance policy provides comprehensive repair or replacement coverage. Coverage against some scenarios—like mysterious disappearances (or unexplained losses)—may not be covered by typical homeowners or renters insurance or by warranties.
If you need a repair or replacement, your insurance provider will work with your jeweler of choice to provide an indistinguishable piece of the same kind and quality as the original. You can choose your own deductible and have worldwide travel protection.
Types of coverage
All types of jewelry are covered, from engagement rings and wedding bands to watches, earrings and even loose stones while they're being set.
Specialty jewelry policies cover:
Rates depend on where you live, but for most people, jewelry insurance will cost 1 to 2% of the value of your jewelry. For example, a $5,000 engagement ring could cost as little as $50 per year to insure.
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McGriff Insurance Services, Inc. is a subsidiary of BB&T Insurance Holdings, Inc.
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Insurance products and services offered through McGriff Insurance Services, Inc., a subsidiary of BB&T Insurance Holdings, Inc., are not a deposit, not FDIC insured, not guaranteed by a bank, not insured by any federal government agency and may go down in value.