Jewellery Maker Insurance

Public & Products Liability Insurance for Jewellery Makers

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The Jewellery Making industry in Australia covers a wide range of hobbyists, creatives, and fine Jewellers. Whatever type of bling you’re designing, Jewellery Manufacturer’s Insurance is extremely important in securing your wellbeing. Our Brokers at AUZi Insurance have completed extensive research in order to grasp a better understanding of what exactly it takes to be a manufacturer. With this, we have designed a cost-effective liability policy that covers your Jewellery business whether you’re working from home or a studio. If you are Retailing Jewellery, rather than Manufacturing – you may fit under our Jewellery Retailing Policy

Why AUZi's Jewellery Making Insurance?

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Why do Jewellery Makers need Insurance?

Whether you’re just starting out as a Jewellery Maker, already selling Jewellery on Etsy, looking to be the next best Jeweller, or you’re simply just interested – having the right cover to protect you and your livelihood is always important. 

AUZi® has designed a Liability policy specifically for Jewellery Makers, which can protect you against claims for injury and/or damage caused by you or your products. This type of Insurance is usually required if you wish to sell your products to the public. It also extends to cover sales made from your place of business, internet sales (within Australia) and at markets.

You might find yourself thinking of leaving Small Business Insurance to the side while you learn and establish your business, but getting the right cover from day dot will give you peace of mind knowing that you can confidently sell your products while also learning and developing your skills.


Jewellery Makers Insurance Pricing

3 Month Cover

from $179.52

at $5,000,000 Liability

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6 Month Cover

from $290.62

at $5,000,000 Liability

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Annual Cover

Lowest Daily Rate

from $440

at $5,000,000 Liability

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Selling Jewellery, but not Manufacturing or importing it? Check out our Jewellery Retail Policy.

What Does Insurance for Jewellery Manufacturers Include?

Public Liability Insurance

Public Liability Insurance for Market Stall Holder Insurance Depicting a Customer Falling down shop stairs and injuring themselves. This is a Public Liability Insurance Risk

Public Liability Insurance is designed to protect you and your business against Personal Injury or Property Damage arising from your business activities.

Products Liability Insurance

Product Liability Insurance depicting a store bought Candle being left burning unattended and causing a house fire. A type of Risk for Product Liability Insurance

Products Liability Insurance is designed to protect you against Personal injury & Property damage arising from the products you have sold.

Why do Jewellery Makers need Public Liability Insurance?

Public Liability Insurance is designed to protect you against Personal Injury or Property Damage to Third parties that arise from your activities as a Jewellery Maker and/or importer. 

Here are Some Examples;
Say you’re selling at a market, and a customer trips on the table cloth you’ve used to help display your gorgeous necklaces (they were too busy being in awe of them ;)). They hurt themselves on the way down and hold you liable.

Or maybe you’re selling at your shop and an A-Frame Sign that you use blows into the Parked Car of a customer out front. This causes Property Damage to their vehicle, and they hold you accountable. In these two instances, your Public Liability Insurance will help cover the costs.

Why do Jewellery Manufacturers need Product Liability Insurance?

Products Liability Insurance is designed to protect you against Personal Injury and Property Damage to third parties that arise from the products you sell as a Jewellery Manufacturer.

Here’s Some Examples;
You sell an absolutely beautiful set of your silver rings to a customer. Somehow, the set reacts to their skin, causing rashes around their fingers. They need time off work while they recover, and hold you accountable.

A customer accidentally cuts themselves on a jagged part of your Jewellery after purchasing. This causes bodily injury, and they hold you accountable. In these two instances, your Product Liability Insurance will help cover the costs.

Here are some of our FAQ

Can Permanent Jewellery be Included?

Yes absolutely, you can include permanent jewellery in your policy. During the application form, you will be asked, if you require this additional coverage.   


However, there are some hoops to jump through and essential safety requirements: 

  1. Safety Gear: When applying permanent jewellery, you’ll need to adhere to safety guidelines, including the use of safety goggles during the application process for both yourself and the customer.

  2. Skin Protection: To safeguard your customers, a leather patch must be placed between their skin and the application area.

  3. Australian-Sourced Equipment: All equipment used for permanent jewellery services must be sourced from within Australia. 

  4. Regular Maintenance: Equipment used in the application process must be regularly maintained to ensure its proper functioning. 

By meeting these safety requirements, you can enjoy comprehensive coverage for your permanent jewellery business. Feel free to contact us if you have any further questions. 

Are jewellery repairs covered under this policy?

Yes, of course. Jewellery repairs are an expected activity of a jeweller (plus, in many cases your bread and butter 😏)

When am I deemed a Jewellery Manufacturer?

The definition of Manufacturing is the process of converting raw materials, components, or parts into finished goods. For Insurance purposes you are deemed to be the Jewellery Maker/Manufacturer when you Create or Modify pieces of Jewellery. For example, if you are purchasing pre-made Jewellery for retail, but make any modifications to that piece (engraving, relabelling, repackaging etc), you are deemed the manufacturer.

Also, if you’re directly importing your Jewellery from overseas, under Australian Law you are deemed the Manufacturer.

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On the Blog

Implications of Cancelling your Product Liability Cover.

Products Liability is an occurrence-based wording. This means, the insurance needs to be in place at the time the incident occurred for there to be a valid claim.

If you cancel your insurance today and an incident is notified and/or occurs tomorrow for a product or service you provided last week, you will not be covered. Read more on this here.