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Your jewellery is more than just something you wear. These priceless pieces evoke memories of a special time in your life.

 

 

Whether it’s your engagement ring or a necklace passed down from your grandmother, we know your precious jewellery is often tied to memories of a special time and place in your life. With our comprehensive, flexible coverage and seamless service, we can help protect the very special things you’ve acquired over the years.

Chubb Masterpiece® Valuable Articles Coverage Highlights

 

— Individualized coverage

We offer flexible, worldwide coverage options to meet your unique needs and cover most causes of loss with no deductible.

— Automatic coverage for new items

If you already have itemized jewellery, fine art, wine or other collectibles, newly acquired items are covered for up to 90 days (25% of the itemized coverage).*

— Liberal appraisal requirements

We only require appraisals for individual jewellery pieces valued at $100,000 or more, fine art items valued at $250,000 or more, and collectibles valued at $50,000 or more. Otherwise, we just need a detailed description and estimated value.

— Paying market value

In certain cases, we’ll pay up to 150 percent of the amount itemized on your policy to account for increases in market value when you choose to replace your lost item.

— Agreed value feature

We’ll work with you upfront to determine the value of your items. Then, for covered total losses, we’ll make sure you’ll get 100% of the agreed value as a cash settlement.

— Blanket or Scheduled Items

Protect an entire collection with blanket coverage, itemize your individual pieces, or do both. It's up to you.

Chubb Masterpiece Valuable Articles Brochure
Masterpiece® Valuable Articles Insurance Brochure

Insure your valuables with confidence

Guide to Insuring Your Jewellery
Guide to Insuring Your Jewellery

Why it's important to protect your jewellery

 

 

Disclaimer: This information is descriptive only. All products may not be available in all provinces and territories. Coverage is subject to the language of the policies as issued.