A well-fitting ring is a safe ring. Ensuring a proper fit helps safeguard against rings flinging off with your gloves or needing a surprise ring-removal ER trip after an allergic reaction or a long day out in the hot sun.
Deciding to resize your ring is the first step. But who pays for it? You? Your jeweler? Your insurance company?
Diamond shopping can feel overwhelming. There’s so much to know about the details of a diamond – how to spot an imperfection, how a diamond’s shape affects its shine factor, whether carat or color is more important for maximum sparkle ... the list goes on.
Avoid anxiety and confusion by using these jewelry cheat sheets as your diamond shopping sidekicks. No memorization required.
In most cases, insuring an engagement ring is much more affordable than you think. Which is great, since protecting your jewelry is one of the best things you can do to safeguard yourself from unnecessary heartache (and financial hardship).
So, how much does it cost to insure an engagement ring?