In all seriousness, the answer is probably yes. In most cases, it is financially logical for you to insure your engagement ring.
Insuring an engagement ring typically costs 1-2% of the value of the ring, paid once each year. Some quick math tells us it would take 50-100 years of paying premiums for you to pay more in insurance than it would have cost you to replace your ring.
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? Find out below.
When most jewelers talk about the security of their businesses, they think in terms of safes, alarms, and vaults.
While robberies, thefts, and burglaries are still the most real threats, cyber-attacks are becoming a major concern. As technology continues to evolve and become more sophisticated, criminals are developing tactics to target your assets without ever stepping foot in your business.