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1)The original receipt of the item.
2)Certificates from GIA or EGL.
3)An appraisal. Most insurance companies require appraisals for valuable items. Often this an appraisal will have to be from an objective third party source. It is also important to choose someone who is a good reputation, and the insurance company is willing to recognize.
4)Pictures. Pictures of your objects are important to show insurance companies, because it shows the quality of the item.
When it comes to filing a Claim every Insurance Company is different. That is why it is always important to Clarify the documents that you will need in case of a loss. We have compiled a list of a few documents that you may need in the rare circumstance that you need to file a Jewelry Insurance Claim.