Why insure your jewelry?
Ask Your Family Jeweler - December 2010 Edition
The wedding day has passed, the thank you cards have all been sent. You and yours are starting your wonderful new life together. With all of the planning that goes into such a wonderful event many times people overlook one small but very important step. Insurance for the most special pieces of jewelry you will ever own, your engagement and wedding rings.
Whether the value is $100.00 or $50,000.00, jewelry insurance represents not only the financial value but also the sentimental value of your treasured items. Most home owners and renters insurance policies do not automatically include jewelry coverage. Insuring your jewelry doesn't have to be complicated. Let the helpful staff at Amoskeag Jewelers guide you through the jewelry insurance process. Our on location Graduate Gemologist will properly identify and valuate your jewelry so that it can be properly insured. Weather you choose to purchase ring insurance (also known as a rider) through your existing insurance company or with a company that specializes in jewelry insurance, let our experienced staff help guide you through the process. With an insurance appraisal from Amoskeag jewelers you will have what you need to protect your jewelry for years to come.
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