- Jul 25, 2011
For those of you that have bought your loose stone first and then had a custom setting made by a different vendor. Do you typically get the loose stone appraised/insured before handing it over to the jeweler? And then get the policy changed to reflect the cost to replace the entire ring? Or do you typically wait to insure until after the ring is made? I'm sure its fine, but I'm a bit nervous to hand over the stone before getting it insured first! I'm not sure if this info is listed somewhere already. Thanks for your help!