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Rough_Rock
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I would like to insure a loose diamond until I have it set but cannot find any companies that will do so. (I have contacted Chubb and jewelersmutual). Does anyone know of a company that will insure a loose stone?
 

Talonnav

Shiny_Rock
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My insurance company also won't insure loose diamonds. My plan is just be extremely careful until I have my new diamond set. That means no playing with it around the sink. No bringing it out around the dogs, "Ooooh, is that a treat for moi?" You get the picture.


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sat

Rough_Rock
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I understand your point. However, acceptable risk is relative and subjective. For me, I would prefer not to gamble with the one of the largest purchases that I will ever make.
 

Binister

Rough_Rock
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Just have the stone set in a cheap setting (~$100) and then have it insured. That is what I planned to do but luckily found a setting before I ordered the stone!
 

sketch

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Heck just go by a pawnshop and buy the cheapest thing they've got....100 bucks is serious money for a formality.
 
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