The National Retail Federation anticipates that inpreparation for Valentine’s Day, consumers will have spent morethan $18 billion. Of the total spending, $4.3 billion will havebeen put toward jewelry purchases.

As an agent or broker who works with high-net-worth clientele, chances are yourclients are part of the nearly 20 percent of shoppers who purchasedjewelry for a loved one this Valentine’s Day. However, withfine jewelry appreciating in value, coupledwith various jewelry-related insurance nuances, your clients’purchases could expose them to a wide range of new (and potentiallycostly) risks.

Here are four things you can do to help protect your clients’Valentine’s Day jewelry purchases.

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