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Whether your clients own fine art, jewelry, or some other type of collectible, their passion is our passion. At Chubb, we give you the tools and resources you need to talk to clients and prospects, and a comprehensive suite of insurance solutions they need to protect the luxuries they cherish.

What if something like this happened to one of your clients?

Your client lost one diamond earring.

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The Chubb difference

At Chubb, we look for ways to do more for our clients, like helping them by providing: 

  • Coverage enhancement in the event the market value for an item exceeds the scheduled value.

  • Referrals to a global network of vetted jewelry experts and vendors for a variety of issues.

  • A dedicated in-house team of jewelry risk specialists who can provide risk assessments, collection valuation reviews, museum loan consultations, and more.

In-house jewelry services

Chubb’s jewelry practice includes in-house accredited GIA Applied Jewelry professionals in underwriting, loss prevention, and claims. With this unique set of skills and expertise, they can recommend loss prevention techniques and strategies. Jewelry specialists provide risk consultation on topics ranging from security protection to valuation, and can refer clients to jewelers, safe companies, appraisers, auction houses, and other best-in-class jewelry vendors throughout the world.

 

  • Collection valuation review:* To determine whether your clients’ jewelry values are in line with the market or need to be appraised based on recent auction results and sale trends.

  • Collection risk assessment: To review your clients’ alarm and security controls, jewelry-safe specifications, fire protection, and guidance around safely transporting items.

  • Referrals to preferred vendors and jewelry professionals: Includes providers who adhere to strict industry standards and consistently deliver the highest level of services. Experts available worldwide.

  • Pre-renovation consultation: To protect and preserve jewelry collections during a renovation, including advanced security measures and mechanical system testing.

  • Review of Loan and Consignment Agreements: To review loan and consignment agreements to evaluate the acceptability of a borrowing institution or consignee from a loss-control perspective.

*Available to select clients

Protection your clients can appreciate

Valuable articles coverage brochure

Typical homeowners policies are designed to cover a home’s contents but may not fully cover your clients’ fine jewelry. A Chubb Valuable Articles policy can provide the comprehensive protection your clients need.

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Shareable content for you and your clients

For greater impact, customize some of these materials with your agency’s information.

Guide to insuring your jewelry*

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How to Protect Your Jewelry*

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Do-It-Yourself Cross-Sell Campaign

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*If you’re an appointed agent or broker and you would like to co-brand these documents, click here for instructions.

Use these online tools to help guide your clients to effectively protect their jewelry.

How to Care for Pearls and Precious Stones

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How to Choose the Perfect Diamond

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5 Critical Things to Do Before Buying Jewelry Online

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The Online Market for Vintage Watches

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What if something like this happened to one of your clients?

Painting was stolen then found.

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Housekeeper shatters glass piece.

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Overseas shipper breaks sculpture.

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Commissioned painting is destroyed.

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The Chubb difference

At Chubb, we look for ways to do more for our clients, like helping them make sure their fine art is protected from harm.

  • Coverage enhancement in the event the market value for an item exceeds the scheduled value.

  • Coverage for works on loan/consignment to you (25% of itemized coverage up to $1M) and works in progress (up to $100,000).

  • Referrals to a global network of vetted fine art experts.

  • Dedicated in-house team of fine art specialists who can provide risk assessments, collection valuation reviews, museum loan and disaster preparedness consultations, and more.

In-house fine art services

Chubb’s fine art practice brings together the expertise of our worldwide in-house resources in loss prevention, underwriting, and claims. Our specialists have degrees and advanced training in art and collectibles, and often prior experience working for museums, galleries, auction houses, and art warehouses. They are available to provide referrals to fine art professionals as well as risk management-focused services such as:  

  • Review of loan and consignment agreements: To determine the acceptability of a borrowing institution such as a museum or consignee from a loss-control perspective.

  • Pre-renovation consultation: To help protect fine art collections from dust, debris, vibration, and other hazards associated with a home renovation or addition.

  • Emergency planning consultation:*  To prepare for and respond to natural and man-made disasters and stabilize artwork and collectibles if they are damaged.

  • Collection valuation review:* To determine whether values are in line with the market or whether items should be appraised based on recent auction results and sale trends.

  • Collection risk assessment: To help protect collections by evaluating alarm and security controls, fire protection, environmental exposures, collection display, packing, and transportation strategies.

  • Off-site storage assessment: To determine the level of security, operations, storage, and display conditions at off-site locations.

  • Fire, security, and loss-prevention advice: To help protect artwork by reviewing alarm plans, monitoring companies, and location of alarm components, as well as providing tailored advice.

  • Infrared assessment: To detect potentially harmful environmental conditions in a display area.

  • Pre-event consultation:* To protect and preserve artwork for those hosting charity events and large gatherings at their homes.

  • Outdoor sculpture consultation: To protect outdoor sculpture by providing advice on installation, potentially harmful environmental conditions, lawn care service impact, and ongoing maintenance.

  • Post-auction schedule reviews:* To determine whether scheduled values are in line with the market or need to be re-appraised based on recent sales and trends.

  • Legacy planning consultation:* To help prevent loss for clients who are planning to open private museums and foundations, sell artwork or collectibles at auction or privately, and gift artwork and collections. 

  • Staff management training:* To ensure that household staff understands the proper way to care for, clean around, and protect artwork and outdoor sculpture, environmental controls, protecting items in high-traffic areas, and temporary storage of items on site.

*Available to select clients

Protection your clients can appreciate

Valuable articles coverage brochure

Typical homeowners policies are designed to cover a home’s contents but may not fully cover your clients’ fine jewelry. A Chubb Valuable Articles policy can provide the comprehensive protection your clients need.

Download

Shareable content for you and your clients

For greater impact, customize some of these materials with your agency’s information.

Guide to Insuring Your Fine Art*

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How to Protect Your Fine Art Collection*

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How to Protect Your Sculptures*

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DIY Cross-Sell Campaign: Valuables

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*If you’re an appointed agent or broker and you would like to co-brand these documents, click here for instructions.

Use these online tools to help guide your clients to effectively protect their art and other collectibles.

How to Preserve Different Types of Art

 

 

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10 Things to Consider When Selecting, Installing, and Maintaining Outdoor Sculpture

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Protecting Your Art and Valuables from Wildfire

 

 

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8 Things to Consider Before Attending an Art Fair

 

 

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Selecting the Right Art Storage Facility

 

 

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Tips for Protecting Your Art

 

 

 

 

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Why You Need an Appraisal for Your Collectibles

 

 

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What if something like this happened to one of your clients?

Water damages your client’s sports memorabilia.

Watch the video

The Chubb difference

At Chubb, we look for ways to do more for our clients, like helping clients make sure their collectibles are protected from harm.

  • Coverage enhancement in the event the market value for an item exceeds the scheduled value.

  • Referrals to a global network of vetted fine art experts.

  • Dedicated in-house team of collectibles specialists who can provide risk assessments, collection valuation reviews, disaster preparedness consultations, and more.

In-house services for collectibles

Chubb’s collections practice brings together the expertise of our worldwide in-house resources in loss prevention, underwriting, and claims. Our specialists have degrees and advanced training in art and collectibles, and prior experience working for museums, galleries, auction houses, and art warehouses. They are available to provide referrals to collections professionals as well as risk management-focused services such as:

  • Emergency planning consultation:*  To prepare for and respond to natural and man-made disasters and stabilize artwork and collectibles if they are damaged.

  • Collection valuation review:* To determine whether values are in line with the market or whether items should be appraised based on recent auction results and sale trends.

  • Collection risk assessment: To help protect collections by reviewing alarm and security controls, fire protection, analysis of environmental exposures, collection display, packing, and transporting strategies.

  • Off-site storage assessment: To determine the security, operations, storage, and display conditions at off-site locations.

  • Fire, security, and loss prevention advice: To help protect collectibles by reviewing alarm plans, monitoring companies, and location of alarm components, as well as providing tailored advice.

  • Pre-renovation consultation: To protect a collection from dust, debris, vibration, and other hazards associated with a renovation.

  • Infrared assessment: To detect potentially harmful environmental conditions in a display area.

  • Staff management training:* To train household staff to care for, clean around, and protect other collectibles, including environmental controls, protecting items in high-traffic areas, and temporary storage of items on site.

  • Review of loan and consignment agreements: To evaluate the acceptability of a borrowing institution such as a museum or consignee from a loss-control and coverage perspective.

  • Pre-event consultation:* To protect and preserve collectibles for those hosting charity events and large gatherings at their homes.

  • Legacy planning consultation:* To determine loss prevention and insurance considerations for clients planning to open private museums and foundations, sell collectibles at auction or privately, and gift artwork and collections.

*Available to select clients

Protection your clients can appreciate

Valuable articles coverage brochure

Typical homeowners policies are designed to cover a home’s contents but may not fully cover your clients’ fine jewelry. A Chubb Valuable Articles policy can provide the comprehensive protection your clients need.

Download

Wine & Spirits resource center

Visit this resource center to discover videos, shareable and co-brandable content, and other tools to help you reach and connect with collectors of fine wine and spirits.

Shareable content for you and your clients

For greater impact, customize some of these materials with your agency’s information.

Do-It-Yourself Cross-Sell Campaign

Download

*If you’re an appointed agent or broker and you would like to co-brand these documents, click here for instructions.

Use these online tools to help guide your clients to effectively protect their collectibles.

Why You Need an Appraisal for Your Collectibles

 

 

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How to Protect Your Sports Memorabilia Collection

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5 Tips for Collecting Sports Memorabilia

 

 

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Protecting Valuable Books, Cover to Cover

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Are Your Vintage Toys Valuable? Tips to Know

 

 

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What Not to Do When Collecting Coins

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How to Showcase and Protect Your Pottery

 

 

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What Not to Collect in Sports Memorabilia

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Masterclass Collections Webinar Series

Jewelry Market Update

Discover which areas of the jewelry market are increasing in value, loss trends and how to create layers of protection around a collection. Join Chubb’s Jewelry Specialists, Tannie Ng and Kristi Cowan, for this exciting webinar.

 

 

 

 

February 24 | 2:00PM – 3:00PM ET

Art Market Update

Learn about the most recent trends in the art market and hear tips on how these passion and investment assets can best be protected. Michelle Impey, AVP, Fine Arts & Collections Manager, will lead this important webinar.

 

 

 

 

March 24 | 2:00PM – 3:00PM ET

Wine and Spirits Market

Pull the cork on the most recent trends in Wine & Spirits, and explore how collectors can protect these organic assets. This webinar will be presented by Stephanie McNeil Singh, Senior Fine Art & Collections Specialist.

 

 

 

 

April 28 | 2:00PM – 3:00PM ET