You’ve heard about lucky brides getting a 5-carat diamond ring. Just how large is that though? What do five carats look like?
Download the Diamond Carat Size Chart by Jewelers Mutual Insurance Group. It will give you a visual comparison of ideal cut diamonds in the ten most popular shapes. It also lists the actual diameters of each diamond. Click here to download your own copy!
Today, we are lucky to have the ability to insure both our meaningful and much-needed valuables. Who would have thought that one day, we would insure our phones!
This same rule-of-thumb (or rule-of-ring-finger, in this case) should be applied to an engagement ring. From the day it’s purchased, to that special moment it’s placed on your beloved’s finger, anything could happen.
We’ve all seen those nightmarish videos of an engagement ring dropping into the ocean, falling off a bridge, or being left behind in lost luggage. But who is supposed to handle the insurance, the bride or groom?
Jewelers Mutual Insurance Group has the answer to this question! Be sure to read their article, Who Insures the Engagement Ring, Bride or Groom?
What is the purpose of insuring your fine jewelry? If your ruby earring went down the shower drain, an heirloom necklace disappeared from your dresser, or you accidentally cracked the center stone of your engagement ring—that’s when having jewelry insurance will bring you peace of mind. It’s good to know you’re protected!
This informative article from Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company will give you a clear idea as to what their jewelry insurance policy covers. Click here to read more!
Until the day transporters—like those used in Star Trek—become a reality, sending our valuable items over a great distance still requires shipping. How can this be done safely, discretely, and with peace of mind?
We’ve found the best advice comes from the loss prevention experts at Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company. They’ve provided eight steps to take in order to ensure your items arrive securely and intact. Click here to read their article, How to Ship Jewelry, According to Loss Prevention Experts.
When it comes to receiving a ring—whether you are newly engaged, celebrating a birthday, toasting an anniversary, or treasuring an heirloom—you’re probably not thinking about insurance.
When you procure something so precious, for peace of mind, you should consider protecting it. An important step to insuring your ring is to have it appraised.
In the following article, Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company covers the most common misconceptions of ring appraisal, tips for getting a good appraisal, and why they are so important. Click here to read more.
To resize or not to resize, that is the question. Our bodies do go through occasional changes, whether it’s due to the weather or other circumstances. But should you rush out to get your ring resized?
Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company shares some great advice on temporary solutions in their latest blog, When and How to Make a Ring Smaller Without Resizing.
Why should you insure your engagement ring? Doesn’t homeowners insurance—or the jewelry store’s warranty—cover it? Who has the time to figure all of this out?
Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company—with the help of Wedding Inspirasi—created an excellent infographic to help break down what’s covered with specialized jewelry insurance in comparison to other options.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if all the complex information in our lives were broken down into one user-friendly image?
Learn more by reading Jewelers Mutual’s blog, An Illustrated Guide to Engagement Ring Insurance.