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Fine art restoration can save the irreplaceable. The last thing a high-net-worth customer wants to hear after a disaster is that her fine art was mistreated. The right conservation firm can not only restore damaged objects but increase the customer’s appreciation of and loyalty to the insurer. (Photo: Center Art Studio)

After a disaster such as a fire, flood or partial collapse, fine-art objects need to be treated differently than the other contents of the insured’s home.

And when the insured is a high-net-worth individual, they’d better be.

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