(Closed) Yes…another ring question

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
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  • Wedding: January 2010

@lyns86stc:  You need to check your insurance policy. You can get insurance to cover “setting” your stone. I recall that Jeweler’s Mutual covers this. Most jewelers own insurance won’t cover setting customers stones (as in stones not bought in house).


Replating won’t generally be covered except by a store-offered “maintenance” policy. It is fairly cheap anyway, and some jeweler’s who are making your rings will do it without an extra maintenance policy (I find local independents are more likely to offer this).


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