(Closed) Insuring ering

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
2574 posts
Sugar bee

We have lifetime coverage but we also just added it to our home owners insurance as well. I would rather be safe tham sorry, plus it was pretty cheap.

Post # 3
595 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

yogahhh:  I also got a piggy back on my renters insurance. Its actually a completely separate jewelry policy that covers my diamond studs too. As soon as we buy our bands those will go on it as well. The reason we did this, is because the separate policy was cheaper than adding it to our renters. Then the company gave us a discount since we now do vehicle, renters and jewelry with them. My premiums are a little high, but I get really paranoid about not having enough coverage.

Post # 4
2092 posts
Buzzing bee

I got a stand alone policy from perfect circle insurance. My main concern was covering “mysterious disappearance” because if your ring falls off or you lose it some way, it won’t be covered by a lot of company riders or the additional warranty you get from the store

Post # 5
132 posts
Blushing bee

Mine is insured through perfect circle. It doesn’t cost that much per yea and it’s the only way (that I know of at least) that your ring is cult protects from everything, including loss. Renters insurance or the warranty from the store will not cover this. check it out, I think it’s worth it!

Post # 6
3312 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

My daughter insured her ring with perfect circle and it’s a good choice for someone just starting out. My higher end jewelry is insured as a separate rider on our homeowners policy. Believe it or not, I’ve had to make a claim three times, twice for loss, once for theft – by one of the individuals who put our security system in. How’s that for irony? I’m a big believer in insurance, obviously.

Post # 7
325 posts
Helper bee

I second Perfect Circle/Jewelers Mutual insurance. It’s well worth the money.

Post # 8
1241 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I would. I’m insured under the jeweler, but that’s only if the ring/prongs break or something. I was only going to keep my separate insurance policy for a year or two, however a close friend of mine lost her rings and would have been out several thousand had she not had her separate policy.  Definitely made me rethink keeping it!

To give you a price idea, my insurance value is $12k and I pay $125 per year. I think it is worth the peace of mind!

Post # 9
58 posts
Worker bee

We also used Perfect Circle to ensure my engagement ring/wedding band, my fiance’s wedding band, and a few other pieces. We pay $700 annually, but your premium will vary depending on the value of the insured jewelry. I think it’s something like 2-3% of the appraised value. It’s SO WORTH IT if you accidentally lose your ring or if it gets stolen!

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