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Last post Wed, Nov 26 2008, 5:24 PM by MartJ. 5 replies.
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  •  Wed, Nov 26 2008, 5:24 PM

    Re: Jewellery Insurance

    Thanks for this. In fact the same company was suggested by my jeweler and I have a very competitive quote. They do need a £3000 rated safe though.

    MartJ

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  •  Wed, Nov 26 2008, 3:00 PM

    Re: Jewellery Insurance

    Hi -- This firm was once mentioned by Peter the MS insurance expert for providing standalone jewellery insurance, get a quote from them.

    http://www.thmarch.co.uk/Jewellery+Insurance/index.xalter

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  •  Wed, Nov 26 2008, 12:59 PM

    Re: Jewellery Insurance

    Thanks, I'll give this a try - we know our jeweler well. I'll post the response.

    MartJ

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  •  Wed, Nov 26 2008, 12:36 PM

    Re: Jewellery Insurance

    Hello,

    You could take your jewellery to a jewellers,and have them do this.

    But if its alot, that you need to take, then this option wouldn't be very safe.

    If you contact a jewellers via telephone they maybe able to advise.

    I know Beaverbrooks did a ring for me years back, but after valuing and insuring it for many years, i found out that my contents insurance with Abbey covered it.

    The contents insurance usually cover per item upto £1,000 and if the item is valued higher then extra premium is required.

    Hope this helps?

    A.x

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  •  Wed, Nov 26 2008, 12:00 PM

    Re: Jewellery Insurance

    I'm having a similar problem, any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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  •  Wed, Nov 26 2008, 11:37 AM

    Jewellery Insurance

    My current house contents insurer is unable to provide cover for my wife's jewelry. Does anyone know where to go to but jewelry insurance without house contents cover?

    MartJ

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