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Jewelry

 
Precious memories, significant value. Whether fine stones, watches, or precious heirlooms, your clients' belongings hold a wealth of stories and memories. Our online tools provide valuable resources to give your clients the protection their jewelry deserves.
How can you help your clients?
  • Recommend a jewelry appraisal every 3 to 5 years.
  • Suggest placing valuables in an in-home safe tied to a centrally monitored alarm system. 
  • Remind them to keep track of jewelry, which is twice as likely to be lost or misplaced than stolen. 
  • Get a security system, as 60% of burglars avoid houses with alarms. 
$290 Billion

That's how much jewelry was sold in the world in 2015*, yet most of it is not insured. In this busy time of year, offer your clients the peerless protection that makes Chubb unique in the insurance world. 

 

*Source: "As fine Jewelry Moves Online, The Market Sparkles" www.forbes.com April 14, 2016

Did you know?

Though men make the most expensive jewelry purchases, 60% of purchases are made by women.1

7% of investors have collectible investments in their portfolio, and jewelry is most popular.2

In 2016, the Oppenheimer diamond at 14.62 carats sold for $57.5 million, making it the all-time highest-priced piece of jewelry sold.3

Articles

Information to help educate your clients on the importance of protecting their jewelry

Downloads

Information to help educate your clients on the importance of protecting their fine art

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Your Guide to Insuring Jewelry

Policies, services and more

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Insure with Confidence

Learn about Chubb's Masterpiece Valuable

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How to Protect Your Jewelry

Shareable tips for appraising, protecting, and insuring jewelry

Why Chubb?

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When you are part of the Chubb network of agents, your customers benefit from industry-leading insurance solutions. In addition, you'll receive marketing support and product training that helps you to maximise your agency's business potential.

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We have a wealth of materials, including a detailed interactive webinar, that provide strategies to help you and your clients find the right protection for their jewelry.

Paintings, photographs, drawings: your clients' fine art has two values—one on paper, and one in their hearts. We give you the tools you need to properly advise on securing beloved collections.

How can you help your clients?
  • Advise avoiding displaying artwork underneath a bathroom HVAC vent, sprinkler head, or water-using appliance.
  • Recommend hiring professional art installers to hang works of art on the wall. 
  • Suggest hiring only reputable companies that specialize in transporting valuable works.
  • Caution displaying art in high traffic areas of the home.
Contemporary art drives the market

In 2015, Post-War and Contemporary art accounted for 46% of total saels value*, making it the largest sector of the fine art world by a significant margin. As your clients invest in these modern treasures, we're here with the support you need to provide the best solution.

*Source: "TEFAFArt Market Report 2016" Prepared by Dr. Clare McAndrew, Arts Economics.

Did you know?

Global sales in the art market reached $63.8 billion in 2015.*

90% of the works sold at fine art auctions in 2015 were for prices less than $50,000, but accounted for just 12% of total sales values.*

Picasso's "Women of Algiers (Version O)" set a record at auction in 2015, when it sold for over $179 million.**

Articles

Information to help educate your clients on the importance of protecting their fine art

Downloads

Information to help educate your clients on the importance of protecting their fine art

PDF
Your Guide to Insuring Fine Art

Policies, services and more

PDF
Insure with Confidence

Learn about Chubb's Masterpiece Valuable Article Coverage.

PDF
How to Protect Your Fine Art

Shareable tips for appraising, protecting, and insuring works of art.

Get More Information

We have a wealth of materials, including a detailed interactive webinar, that provide strategies to help you and your clients find the right protection for their jewelry.