Diamond Guild Australia is proud to introduce the Diamond Guild Australia Master Care Valuable Articles Insurance policy – a unique insurance product designed to meet the specific needs of the diamond jewellery purchaser.
Available exclusively through a number of our member jewellers, Diamond Guild Australia Master Care Valuable Articles insurance offers true peace-of-mind cover for your newly purchased piece of diamond jewellery.
As a comprehensive all-risks policy it offers global cover which means your diamond jewellery is covered at all times, anywhere in the world for accidental loss or theft and accidental damage.
Should you have a claim (subject to approval by the appointed assessor) you will be able to have your precious piece replaced by the jeweller who made it for you, or you may even opt for a cash settlement. And, unlike some other jewellery insurance products, the sum you are insured for is the same sum as that paid for your piece of jewellery. In addition, there is no excess on the policy for the first 12 months and should you decide to reinsure with the Master Care policy at the expiry of the first years cover, there will continue to be no excess payable.
Diamond Guild Australia Master Care Valuable Articles Insurance is underwritten by Lloyds of London and administered by local Australian insurance broker Finn Foster Insurance APB.
Please note some terms and conditions do apply – please refer to your Diamond Guild Australia member jeweller for further details or click here to obtain a copy of the PDS.
Please note that Mastercare Insurance cover is exclusively available through a participating Diamond Guild Australia member jeweller. At this time, cover can only be extended to pieces purchased from our members. Existing pieces owned by the clients of our members may also be able to be added to a policy if submitted for revaluation and at the discretion of the member jeweller. Items purchased from a non Diamond Guild Australia member are not eligible for cover under the Mastercare programme and we would recommend contacting your general insurer to arrange cover.