Why arrange insurance with TH March?

There are many reasons to choose TH March for your personal jewellery and watch insurance!
  • Thanks to our experience in the jewellery trade, we have good working relationships with over 2,200 UK jewellers which makes the claims process much easier for you, our customers, when it comes to replacing jewellery
  • We are independent Chartered Insurance Brokers and a family-owned company based in the UK. Our offices are staffed with experienced, knowledgeable staff whose sole task is to find you the right insurance
  • The personal jewellery and watch insurance policy has been specially designed for you by TH March, and is only available through TH March.   In addition, we have access to a wide range of markets to find a product to suit you, if for any reason the separate jewellery insurance policy is not suitable for you
  • There is no excess under our jewellery and watch insurance policy (most home insurers have an excess on their policies)
  • We can help you cover just your jewellery (or watch) on its own which especially helps if you don’t need any other contents insurance, either because you live with your parents or in furnished accommodation
  • If you have to Make a Claim, you will speak to the same person throughout your claim. Our claims service is run by highly experienced staff who use a very straightforward and streamlined claims process.

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