As well as the intrinsic value of jewellery and watches that we own, many items are valued by us in other ways and it is therefore important to ensure that they are properly protected.

In some instances, it may not be possible to receive your item back after a claim and it is essential that you know you will be fully compensated in such circumstances. Whether it be that you receive a replacement on a like for like basis, a satisfactory monetary compensation or in some cases, expert repair and restoration, your policy will make sure you receive the appropriate solution.

When insuring your jewellery and watches it is important to identify the cost of replacement and insure the item for this figure. Regular valuations should be carried out, especially for rare or one-off tailor-made pieces, as the value of jewellery and watches fluctuates on a regular basis

We can provide products from insurers who have experts in sourcing replacement items, specialist restorers and access to professional valuers to ensure that the most appropriate cover is in place from the start and can be trusted to deliver at the time of a claim.

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    IMPORTANT: Please complete this application as fully as possible and return it to Consort Insurance, together with any relevant plans, Schedules of Condition or other supporting documents.

    JCT clause 21.2.1 (or equivalent) insurance

    Section 1 - General details

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    Section 2 - Existing property

    If the existing property is being completely demolished or the contract site has already been cleared, please proceed to SECTION 3. Otherwise, please answer the questions below:

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    Section 3 - Surrounding property

    Please give a description of all surrounding property not forming part of the Contract Works:

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    If Yes, please forward a copy of this to
    [email protected]
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    Section 4 - Construction and extensions

    Please complete DEMOLITION Section if applicable (where such demolition forms part of a contract for erection, reconstruction, alteration or repair by the insured):

    Demolition

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    Section 5 - Declaration

    The undersigned declares on behalf of all parties proposing for insurance that to the best of his/her knowledge and belief, the statements provided herein are true and complete and all material facts or circumstances have been fully disclosed. The undersigned declares and agrees that the proposal form together with any other information supplied shall form the basis of any subsequent contract of insurance and undertakes to inform the insurer of any material alteration to those facts occurring before completion of the contract of insurance.