Protect your artwork, jewelry and watches, wine and spirits, and other collectibles - so they can last a lifetime and beyond.
We understand that your treasures reflect your personal journey. That’s why Chubb looks for ways to say yes and to do more.
If you're adding to your collection, you're not alone.
While typical homeowner’s policies are designed to protect your home and what’s inside, there is usually limited coverage for valuable possessions—such as jewelry and watches, fine art, and wine—that may get lost, stolen, or damaged. With a Chubb Valuable Articles policy, you can protect the special possessions that matter to you.
According to a new Valuable Collections survey from Chubb, consumers are continuing to expand their personal valuable collections using online auctions and social media, often purchasing art sight unseen.
What’s important to you is important to us, so we go the extra mile to help you make sure your valuables stay safe.
We provide loss prevention and preservation advice for all of your collectibles for no additional cost.
The Chubb Trusted Network is available to our clients for no additional cost, and all providers are carefully screened for quality and expertise.
Our in-house collection specialists are experts in their fields and can provide advice on how best to store, ship, and keep your items safe.
Chubb's coverage is comprehensive and includes breakage of fragile collections, lost possessions, and newly acquired treasures.
When the unexpected happens, you’ll want to make sure you have the right insurance coverage to protect your valuables and collectibles.
Like other types of investments, items such as fine art, jewelry and watches, wine, and other collectibles can fluctuate in value over time. If that happens, your insurance coverage might not fully protect you in the event of a loss. We suggest getting new appraisals for your valuables every 3-5 years and assessing your policy limits to make sure they reflect your actual risk.
We can connect you with appraisers and other resources to help ensure that your valuables are properly valued and protected.
With high levels of experience in the field, Chubb’s Fine Art & Collections Specialists are passionate about what they do and the clients they advise. This team of in-house specialists comes from diverse backgrounds in the global art market, including museums, art warehouses, auction houses, art galleries, art fairs, art research and market analytics, and art advisory firms. Many have advanced degrees, certificates, and relevant training from New York University’s Art Appraisal Program and the International Society of Appraisers, the Gemological Institute of America, and the Society of Wine Educators.
Make sure your valuables are insured to their full market value. Check out these articles and resources to learn more about getting appraisals and insurance coverage for your valuables.
We can help you stay informed and keep your valuable items protected with these helpful articles.
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How Art Collecting Is Changing and the Risks That Come with It
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At Chubb, we are always looking for ways to do more for our clients—and the communities they call home.
To help support the next generation of artists, Chubb sponsors three post-graduate fellows every year at the New York Academy of Art.
Chubb is proud to sponsor The Winter Show, a leading art, antiques, and design fair, featuring 70 of the world’s top experts in fine and decorative arts. Held at the historic Park Avenue Armory, The Winter Show is owned by and benefits New York’s East Side House Settlement.
As an official partner of Art Basel Miami, a renowned art fair connecting art collectors, galleries, and artists, Chubb showcases the work of our New York Academy of Art post-graduate fellowship recipients.