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Insuring Your Diamond

Insuring your diamond jewelry is a simple but important way to protect your investment.

Document of Purchase

When you buy Hearts On Fire jewelry online, you will receive a Document of Purchase with your new piece. Keep this documentation for your records, and make a copy for your insurance company. They will add a rider to your existing policy and charge you annually.

Jewelers Mutual Insurance Group has provided the content on this page.

We Encourage You to Protect Your New Piece for Your Piece of Mind

Hearts On Fire has arranged for Jewelers Mutual Insurance Group to bring our U.S. and Canadian (excluding Québec) customers valuable information about helping to protect your purchase. Since 1913, Jewelers Mutual has been the only insurer dedicated exclusively to jewelry and offers comprehensive repair or replacement coverage with worldwide protection against loss, theft, damage, and mysterious disappearance.

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WHY JEWELRY INSURANCE

Insuring your new purchase from Hearts On Fire can be quick and easy and gives you the freedom to wear your jewelry without worry, knowing it’s protected.

WHY JEWELERS MUTUAL

  • Comprehensive worldwide protection
  • Repair or replacement coverage
  • Customizable policy
  • 12-month renewable policy
  • Additional info on coverage

If you have any questions about insuring with Jewelers Mutual, please email personaljewelry@jminsure.com or call them at 888.884.2424. By clicking the button above, you move to a Jewelers Mutual website and authorize Jewelers Mutual to securely obtain and save details of your Hearts On Fire purchase for the purpose of calculating a no-obligation insurance quote. Retrieved information may include your name and address.

The content of this page is provided by Jewelers Mutual.  Hearts On Fire is not a licensed agent of Jewelers Mutual and does not sell or recommend insurance. Any coverage is subject to acceptance by the insurer and to policy terms and conditions.