As part of our commitment to being with our customers for life, we provide a complimentary evaluation from a recognised and licensed jewellery professional with every purchase. Because we do not have high street showrooms, stores or the extra operational costs typically added to fine jewellery supply chains, we are able to charge our customers fair prices. This means, the valuation is generally higher than the purchase price of the jewellery.
These valuation reports, along with our GIA reports are essential and well recognised among reputable insurance firms. They ensure our customers can get adequately insured for their jewellery in case of any unforeseen circumstances such as theft or loss.
We hope this provides our customers with peace of mind, knowing they are not only being charged fair and honest prices but that their insurance cover is based on the valuation figure, rather than the lower purchase price of the jewellery.
We have partnered with T.H. March insurance brokers to help Alicia J customers to insure their recently purchased items. This provides customers with peace of mind and the option to have their jewellery protected right from the point they receive it.
As specialists in jewellery insurance and the premier broker to the jewellery trade, T.H. March offers unmatched expertise and service. All Alicia J customers can obtain a free online quote and arrange for an insurance policy to be set up before the jewellery is sent out to you.
- T.H. March has over 131 years of insurance expertise.
- Jewellery insurance from T.H. March provides worldwide accidental damage, loss and theft cover for your precious jewellery.
- T.H. March has outstanding working relationships with over 2,200 UK jewellers, which makes the claims process much easier for customers.
- With over 90 experienced, qualified and trustworthy UK-based staff, someone is always on hand to answer questions.
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What colour is a diamond? Many say they’re colourless, however, look closely and most contain subtle tints of yellows, soft pinks and rich browns. Truly colourless diamonds are known as white diamonds and are extremely rare and the most valuable. Diamond colour is graded from D to Z – D being the whitest, most colourless diamond and Z containing noticeable yellow, brown or pink tints. The letters D to Z represent a range of colour based on a combination of tone, lightness or darkness and saturation.
Diamond cut refers to the arrangement of a diamond’s facets. A diamond’s cut is often mistaken as meaning its shape (oval, pear, etc), but a diamond’s cut grade is actually about how well the facets interact with light.
Polish refers to the overall smoothness and condition of the diamond’s surface. It’s rare for a diamond to have a perfect polish. More often, they have tiny imperfections not visible to the naked eye.
Symmetry refers to how well-aligned the diamond's facets are. Symmetry, on the other hand, refers to the exactness of shape, overall outline, placement and alignment of individual facets.
The gradings provided by the GIA go from poor to excellent. If you select an SI clarity, we will provide Very Good cut, polish and symmetry. If you select a VS1 clarity, we will provide Excellent cut, polish and symmetry.