Jewelry hazards exist year-round. From falling down drainpipes to flinging off with a winter glove, there are opportunities for a lost ring at every turn.
In honor of bracelets lost in the sand, gems fallen victim to a wicked game of beach volleyball or rings resting on the ocean floor, here are 10 jewelry safety tips to avoid damage to your jewelry.
After the initial excitement of moving to a new place wears off, there are so many things to consider when moving. Unfortunately, what many people tend to overlook in their preparation is how to best take care of their special valuables and jewelry.
All too often we get phone calls that start out, “I was taking a shower, and ...”
What comes next? You guessed it - a story about how a piece of jewelry was suddenly washed down the drain.
Getting a ring appraisal isn't exactly something you do every day, and unknowns can be intimidating.
It’s time to set the record straight on some common misconceptions about when a ring appraisal is needed, when it isn’t, and which details are required for insurance. Read on to learn more.
Finding out your homeowners or renters insurance falls short after you’ve already lost your ring leaves you wondering what to do next.
Do you pay for a replacement out of your own pocket? Or go without a ring?
Rock. Hard place.