What sort of art is covered by your policy?
We cover sculpture, paintings, high-value prints, original photography, porcelain and more.
I own a sculpture which is on display outside, does the affect my policy?
No, the level of cover remains constant, regardless of where the piece is displayed.
I have inherited an item of high-value art, do I need to get it revalued?
We recommend a valuation is carried out at least every 10 years, regardless of how it was acquired.
Are my possessions covered outside of the home?
Our cover provides protection for your fine art on a worldwide basis.
Can I cover other high-value collectibles?
Yes, we can provide a tailored policy to incorporate your entire high-value collection, and will be pleased to discuss your requirements.
I’m expecting to add to my art collection , can I amend my policy to include new items?
Yes. We understand that as an art lover it’s unlikely that your collection will stay the same for too long. When you purchase new art or indeed sell any of your current pieces, let us know and we will update your policy as well as advise you on your new level of cover.
Will I need to have my art valued?
When you purchase new art, determining its value is generally much easier as the value is current. However, the value of art changes over time. We recommend that a professional valuation of your collection is undertaken at least every 10 years, to ensure that you’re not underinsured. You may find the National Association of Valuers and Auctioneers useful in this regard.