Jewellery shipping can vary depending on the value of the individual pieces. While shipping valuable items requires booking specialist services, sending fashion accessories and artificial jewellery by post or courier is easier. Check our recommendations on how to pack and ship jewellery internationally.
Valuable jewellery items are usually restricted or prohibited for shipping. Please note that insurance may not apply.
HOW TO SHIP
Follow these steps to secure your costume jewellery before sending it in the mail or by courier.
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Is it legal to send jewellery overseas? It depends on the regulations specified on the courier’s and government rules for shipping jewellery and other valuables. The rules about shipping jewellery internationally, even for businesses, depend on the materials the item is made of and if it is considered a valuable or luxury item. Shipping valuable jewellery is prohibited if it contains precious metals and stones. Some countries and couriers only restrict the shipping of jewellery over a determined value threshold. Make sure you check the specific regulations before booking a jewellery courier service. The regulations for shipping costume jewellery are usually much less restrictive.
Non-valuable accessories will be covered by insurance if the costume jewellery and accessories are packed properly. For valuable jewellery, the insurance will not apply because these items are included on the list of prohibited items. Therefore, individuals who decide to ship jewellery internationally do so at their own risk.
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