A Masterpiece® Valuable Articles policy from Chubb can give you real peace of mind.
Insure the items you love with confidence.
A necklace passed down from your grandmother, a one-of-a-kind piece from your travels abroad, or a unique table from your local antique store evoke memories of a special time and place in your life and speak about your adventures and passions. With our broad coverage and unparalleled service, you can trust Chubb to help protect the very special things you’ve acquired over the years.
Here are some of the many coverage highlights available from a Chubb Valuable Articles policy:
Worldwide Coverage with No Deductible
Chubb’s policy provides worldwide, “all-risk” coverage for most causes of loss, with no deductible.
Newly Acquired Item Coverage
If you already have itemized jewellery or fine art on your Chubb policy and you add a new item to your collection, we've got you covered. Chubb provides automatic coverage for newly acquired similar items for 90 days, (up to 25 percent of the policy limit).
In certain circumstances, Chubb can pay up to 150 percent of the amount itemized on your policy to account for inflation.
Liberal Appraisal Requirement
Chubb makes it easy for you to insure your valuable items. Appraisals for individual jewellery pieces valued at less than $100,000 and fine art items valued at less than $250,000 are not required. We just need a good description and a photograph of the item as well as the estimated value.
Chubb gave me a tremendous amount of confidence, and I was very grateful for their timely response.
Within just a week of damaging his watch, Scott had a cheque in hand for the full amount of the repairs.
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