You are most likely spending more time at home these days due to the uncertain times of COVID-19. While you may not have the dangers of the outside world to worry about inside your home, your home presents its own risks when it comes to jewelry care.
Here are six simple ways you can help avoid loss or damage to your valuable jewelry.
If you're lucky to have ample warning prior to severe weather, whether you're evacuating or not, you may have a chance to gather your family heirlooms. But in case you don't, take these four precautions ahead of time.
Life happens. No matter how hard we try, we cannot plan for the unexpected.
That’s why you get home, auto, life, and, of course, jewelry insurance. It’s your safety net so that if something happens, you can fix it and forget it. But how exactly do you file a jewelry insurance claim? What do you need to do?
Buying jewelry at a pawn shop can be a scavenger hunt. Just like shopping at any secondhand or thrift-type store, the inventory is ever-changing and you never know what you might find.
That's the double-edged sword of jewelry shopping at estate sales, pawn shops, and the like. If you have a Pinterest board full of dream rings and a style already in mind, rummaging through secondhand stores with limited inventory isn't your best bet.
Jewelry theft. It can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime.
Given that we process insurance claims for stolen jewelry on a daily basis, we turned to some of our experts to reveal the top three places jewelry is stolen from, along with tips to protect yours, of course.