Your most treasured items are important to us, too.
Acacia Insurance is proud to make Masterpiece® Valuable Articles from Chubb available to our clients. Masterpiece protects your fine art, jewelry, wine, antiques, silverware, crystal, furs, memorabilia and other collectibles.
Your collections are more than just something you keep. They are priceless reflections of special moments in your life.
Masterpiece Valuable Articles insurance includes best-in-class benefits.
Values Established from the Start. You can insure your collection on an itemized basis, establishing values and descriptions from the start. If something happens to the things you cherish, there’s no guess work about what you had or its value. It makes claims settlement faster and easier and helps assure that nothing is forgotten.
Protection in Escalating Market of 150%. To protect items that appreciate in value due to market forces, Chubb pays up to 150% of the agreed amount.
Generous Automatic Coverage for New Purchases. You’ll enjoy automatic protection worldwide for up to 90 days for new items you add to your existing collection insured with Chubb. The policy automatically pays up to 25% of the itemized limit in your policy for the category to which the item belongs. Once documentation for the purchase is provided, full coverage woudl apply.
World wide Coverage. Your coverage goes with you wherever you go.
Pair-and-Set Coverage. If you lose a piece of an insured set, such as a pair of earrings, provide the remaining pieces of the set and you'll receive the agreed value of a new collection (not just the one piece you lost). That’s the beauty of pair-and-set coverage.
Comprehensive Coverage for the Things You Value Most. Chubb coverage shields your collections from a wide spectrum of causes of loss— including flood or mysterious disappearance. And no deductible applies.
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Acacia Insurance has been helping to make the unexpected uneventful since 1988, and we look forward to working with you. Please contact us with questions and for additional information.
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