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Time to Insure Valentine's Day Jewelry

on Feb 17, 2011 3:39 PM

valentines-day-ringMillions of couples rekindled the romance this Valentine’s Day; 17 percent choosing jewelry to show their love, according to the National Retail Federation.

If you splurged on your valentine, as so many people did, then it’s time to practice a bit of “romantic practicality”. Insure Valentine's Day jewelry and protect that precious purchase.

I know what you’re thinking…nothing says “I love you” like insurance, right?

You may laugh now, but it’s not so funny when you consider the devastation that would come from losing that cherished Valentine’s gift.

With this ring, I thee protect

Proper jewelry protection is especially important if you were one of the thousands of couples who got engaged on Valentine’s Day.

Based on findings from the Diamond Information Center, that accounts for 10 percent of the reported 2.3 million couples who get engaged each year in the U.S.

Guys, how freaked out were you to be hanging onto that ring before you got the nerve to propose?

And ladies, how much stress does it cause you to know that you’re the sole person responsible for keeping your rock safe and sound? I know how nervous it made me. I was afraid to walk out of the house with it on my finger, wear it in the shower, to bed ... you name it.

Put insurance where the heart is

With a Jewelers Mutual personal jewelry insurance policy, you have the peace of mind that if your jewelry is lost, stolen, damaged or mysteriously disappears they’ll make you whole again.

You work with your jeweler of choice to have your item repaired or replaced with the same kind, quality and value as the original so that the deep-rooted memories you have attached to that item can remain intact.

Wondering how affordable coverage can be? Get a free, online quote in minutes. 

Already have Jewelers Mutual coverage? Adding jewelry to your existing policy.**

Life is like a box of chocolates ...

... You never know what you’re going to get. But won’t it feel better to be prepared for life’s surprises? Or, maybe Valentine’s chocolates don’t sound like such a bad idea after all.

Did you get engaged on Valentine’s Day? Share your proposal story with us!


**A detailed description of the jewelry is required for each jewelry item you wish to add to your policy. For the best coverage, we recommend detailed descriptions dated within the last 18 months.

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