Buying a new piece of jewelry is exciting. You get lost in the sparkle and admire the way it graces your finger or lays just right across your collarbone.
You might think beyond the initial excitement to the cost of the piece, considering it’s likely to be a decent investment. But do you think any farther ahead than that?
Whether you have an extensive jewelry collection or not, there are circumstances in which it is vital to have quick access to a record of all the jewelry you own.
From simplest to most complex, here are some great options for creating a personal jewelry inventory.
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.
Think about all the jewelry you own. Maybe you only have one high-value piece you consider worth insuring, like an engagement ring. The rest might be worth less than $500 apiece. No big deal, right?
We don’t claim to be math experts, but that charm bracelet you’ve been adding to over the years? That baby could be worth a couple grand by the time you complete it.
Can you insure a lab grown diamond? Yes! Learn what you need to do if you'd like to insure a lab grown diamond through Jewelers Mutual.