Maybe it got lost at the beach, or was knocked down the drain. Perhaps you misplaced it while on vacation, your dog ate it, or it was (God forbid) stolen. The bad news is, you can’t find your jewelry. The good news, though, is that you wisely invested in jewelry insurance through Lavalier to cover the loss or damage of your precious ornament. So how do you go about filing a claim?Read More →
Are you deathly afraid of turning into a werewolf? Maybe you’ve watched a lot of X-Files episodes, and want to guarantee your security in the case of alien abduction. If either of these apply to you, there’s an insurance policy for that! While some insurance is essential (like car insurance, homeowners insurance, and jewelry insurance), other policies are a bit more bizarre.Read More →
The work day seems like it will never end. You look down at your watch and it’s only 2:03. With a sigh, you get back to work. After what seems like hours, you check the time again. 2:03. No, you haven’t entered the Twilight Zone – your watch has stopped!
When your watch stops working, it doesn’t always mean a rush to the jewelry store or the need to file a watch insurance claim. Instead, try some of these simple tricks to get your watch going again.Read More →
The peace of mind that comes from knowing that your precious jewelry is taken care of is priceless, but some people hesitate before purchasing jewelry insurance. Regardless of your situation, you should look into jewelry insurance whenever you inherit or buy jewelry. If any of the following situations describes you, jewelry insurance isn’t just a luxury; it’s a must-have.Read More →
If you lose or damage your jewelry and have to file a jewelry insurance claim, you’ll want the repair or replacement to be as close to the original as possible. The best way to ensure this is to select an insurer that will work with the jeweler who created the item in the first place. You’ll also want to take pictures of your jewelry so that it’s easier to see all those gorgeous details that made it ‘the one.’ Plus, there’s no better excuse for uploading an entire album of dozens of ring pictures to Facebook. You’re not showing off…it’s for the insurance! Of course, the perfect time to get fabulous photos of your ring is on your wedding day. Most photographers will be happy to take some extra shots of your ring for insurance purposes. If you’re on your own, though, follow these tips to snag some share-worthy photos.Read More →
People lose their wedding bands and engagement rings in all kinds of weird ways. Check out this infographic of five of the craziest stories behind lost rings. Don’t worry, though – these stories all have a happy ending!
If you ever have your own lost ring story to tell, make sure it has a happy ending, too. Purchase ring insurance through Lavalier, so you can have peace of mind, whether it’s been eaten by an animal, disappeared down the drain, or misplaced in a more conventional way. Lavalier has you covered.Read More →
White gold, platinum, rose gold…there are so many different kinds of ring metals to choose from! Every decision you make about a ring, from the cut and carat of the diamond to the type of metal band, will influence the value of your ring and thus the wedding ring insurance coverage you’ll need. Below, we take a look at some of the most popular types of metals for rings; which one is right for you? Remember, it isn’t all about price – aesthetics should be a big part of your choice!Read More →
You love your ring. More importantly, you love the person who gave it to you. You read stories on the Internet of people who have lost or misplaced their engagement rings and think, “That could never be me!” Well, even if you don’t lose your ring in a bag of goldfish crackers or while changing a cockatoo’s diaper, the reality is that people lose their rings in less exotic ways all the time. Here are a few of the most common stories we hear when people file an engagement ring insurance claim.Read More →
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