5 carat weight pear deep green emerald. This emerald is slightly included and exhibits high brilliance. 16 x 10 mm.
Quality Gemstone Jewelry Coupons from Angara Jewelry.
What happens after a big insurance claim is paid on a rare diamond that’s been stolen?
Let’s say Peter Parker bought a huge, very unique diamond ring for Mary Jane Watson. He decided to insure it in case someone stole it and so he bought an insurance policy from Lloyds of London. Lo and behold someone stole Mary Jane’s diamond and Lloyds of London paid off the insurance claim on the diamond.
What happens to the diamond? Does Lloyds of London try to recover it? It’s a big, unique diamond, and very expensive. Do they try to track the thing down? What’s the likelihood that the thieves will be able to resell it and it and not suffer any consequences?
Nothing happens to the diamond, it got stolen! Lloyds doesn’t try to recover it – that’s what the POLICE do. The likelihood that the thieves will be able to resell it, depends on where they are, and who they try to sell it to. Diamonds are unique, as far as the way the stone is cut, and exactly where the flaws are placed. someone trying to pawn or sell back a stone, without a receipt, to ANY jeweler, is going to attract a lot of attention.
It’s not as easy as it looks in the movies.