What does “Wall to Wall basis” mean in Art Insurance?

Statues, antique furniture, fine art, musical instruments and other important collectibles are classified as assets. If you are a corporate collector, individual collector, fine art dealers, antique dealers or if you have museums or hold art exhibitions, it makes sense to go with art insurance to provide comprehensive protection to the insured property against losses […]

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What is covered under art insurance?

Art has become a profitable investment in modern times. It is high on price and is a long term investment. Art can also be stolen or destroyed, which makes it important to insure your art. Since art is not covered under home insurance, you need to purchase a specific art insurance policy. Whether you display […]

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How to file a claim under Art Insurance?

A claim under art insurance can be filed by calling the contact centre toll-free number and sharing the preliminary loss details. The insured can also reach the claims department by filling up the claims reporting form on the website. The claim filing process takes place in two stages: Insured files the claim with basic details, […]

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Who can purchase Art Insurance?

Art insurance can be bought by anyone who has insurable interest in the piece of art such as a sculpture, painting, or a print. Insurable interest of the insurance buyer simply means that as a consequence of damage to the insured art, the person paying for the insurance will suffer a monetary loss. Insurable interest […]

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What is not covered under Art Insurance?

Art insurance secures the most precious work created by an artist against financial damage. The coverage is applicable for all of the insured perils or risks. The following risks are not covered in art insurance: Art insurance does not cover loss to the insured article due to the aging of its intrinsic material. Loss to […]

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