Upload and submit your jewellery valuation

March Plus Personal Jewellery Valuation Submission Page


Please use the following form to submit your valuation to us. Should we need to discuss anything further with you following receipt of your valuation, we will be in touch.







To proceed, please confirm your valuation/receipt is:

under 3 years oldfrom a UK or Irish Jeweller/Independent Valuer

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  • The Jeweller’s name, address, contact details, date and signature? Please note item(s) must be seen by the Jeweller at the time the valuation certificate is issued.
  • Your name/your partner’s name? (If not, please explain this in the Comments section)
  • A description of what type of jewellery the item is?
  • The metal type, cut and carat weight of stones?
  • Clarity and colour of stones (when your item is over £10,000 / €10,000)?
  • The basis of replacement, e.g. New Replacement Value or Second-Hand?

  • If you need to tell us more, simply let us know in the Comments box below


    Before you submit your valuation to us, let us explain what will happen next:

  • Our team will update your policy accordingly upon receipt of your valuation. Please note this may take 30 days (sometimes longer if we are waiting for additional information) before you receive a notification, however, cover on your insured item(s) will not be affected.
  • In the event of a claim occurring prior to the supply of a satisfactory valuation, you will need to support your claim with proof of ownership and evidence of value. Additional information may also be needed.
  • Once the required documentation has been received and accepted, this means that the expected replacement cost of your jewellery/watches is known, and this will help simplify the settlement of any claim.
  • If a supporting valuation for any item over £1,000 is not received by us within 30 days of the start of the insurance, the insurance on that item will cease and a pro-rata premium will be charged for the time insurance has been in place, subject to insurers retaining a minimum premium of £50 plus Insurance Premium Tax / €65 plus Irish levies
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