Posted on October 15, 2015 by Jan Neville Jordan | 0 Comments

Don’t wait until you have been burgled or have lost your jewellery. Protect your precious items with a current jewellery valuation. You need to make sure you have the right type of independent valuation for your insurance requirements. An independent valuer should not be the seller, or have any other financial interest in the items.

Find a valuer who is recognised by the insurance industry.

We suggest you have the jewellery polished and cleaned for a small fee prior to this, for a better and more accurate valuation.

Check your policy to see if any of  your jewellery items must be itemised/listed separately, read the fine print on your policy.

Take photos of all your items, even the jewellery which does not require a valuation – you will need to provide proof of ownership should you ever have to make a claim.




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