Shopping for diamonds can be a scary subject if you’re the one making the purchase decision. If you have plans to pop the question over the holidays, or just want to find your special someone an extra special gift, now’s not the time to get spooked. It’s time to get smart and savvy.
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?
Insurance can be confusing. The insurance industry uses a lot of specific jargon that you likely do not use on a regular basis. (Deductibles, and premiums, and claims! Oh, my!)
Don't let these unknowns steer you in the wrong direction. Let's clear up some of these gray areas - right here, right now. We want you to feel as confident as possible that you're choosing the best insurance plan for you.
You’ve picked out the perfect engagement ring. And hopefully you’ve already asked the parents for permission, right?
Now you’re ready to “pop the question” and ask your love for their hand in marriage. Or maybe, you're just not ready for that step because you find yourself struggling to plan the perfect proposal. And you keep on seeing all these perfect, and sometimes over-the-top proposals pop up on your social media feeds.
A proper fit for a ring is essential. Too loose and you risk losing it. Too tight and it's uncomfortable and hard to remove. When your ring doesn't fit properly, your first thought is to get it resized.
Often, this is the safest, most permanent option. However, it's not always the best choice, and temporary solutions can be ideal under certain circumstances.