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by Alyssa Wells, Brides
To a newly-engaged bride, practical and time-consuming tasks like learning how to purchase engagement ring insurance-and then getting around to actually doing it-can seem a lot less thrilling than, say, finding your perfect wedding dress. However, if your engagement ring falls down the garbage disposal, flies off on a rollercoaster, or sheds a diamond or two, you'll wish you had better protected your sentimental stone. We've asked jewelry and insurance experts to weigh in on what it takes to make sure you'll be able to enjoy your ring for years to come-no matter what life throws at your left hand. Read their advice, below.
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1) Choose a Coverage Provider
When it comes to insuring your engagement ring (or other valuable jewelry for that matter) you have two options. If you have homeowners' or renters' insurance, you can purchase an extension (also called a "rider") that covers your