Collections

What You Treasure Should Be

Handled with Care

WHAT'S YOUR PASSION?

We insure virtually every type of collectible: art, antiques, collector cars, wine, jewelry, books, couture, memorabilia, musical instruments, coins, and more.

ALL-RISK COVERAGE

Worldwide coverage responds to damage from fire, theft, earthquake, flood, and breakage—with no deductible.

IN-HOUSE COLLECTION SPECIALISTS

Our superior team helps preserve value through vulnerability assessments, coverage reviews, emergency planning, and referral services.

ART MARKET ATTUNEMENT

Market fluctuations are to be expected. In the event of a covered loss, our policy includes provisions to address increases in market value.

NEWLY ACQUIRED ITEMS

New acquisitions are protected upon acquisition up to 25% of the class limit if we are notified within 90 days of such acquisition.

CURATED CLAIM SUPPORT

From conservator referrals to packing and shipping arrangements, we work tirelessly to help you identify the precise experts needed for the best possible outcomes.

Whatever success means to you, we'll help you protect it.

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ADVICE & INSIGHTS

Timely Advice: Watch Care

Watches are investments and invaluable heirlooms. By implementing a solid risk management program and taking the measures outlined below, you will be better equipped to prevent immediate losses and preserve your collection for years to come.

 

Selecting an Appraiser

Whatever your collecting passion, an appraisal establishes the basis on which your insurance values are set. Outdated values could limit your ability to be fully compensated through your policy in the event of a claim, so it is in your best interest to maintain updated appraisals.

 

Caring for Jewelry

More than $1.1 billion worth of jewelry and precious metals are stolen annually, and less than four percent of items are recovered.* While theft is also a leading cause of jewelry claims for our clients, the biggest culprit is “mysterious disappearance”—losing track of items that often hold tremendous sentimental value on top of financial value