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Evander Broekman, jewelry designer and manufacturer, has launched a collection of high security certified luxury safes. The new range of safes are designed to be integrated into the interior of any luxury space, including yachts.

The safes feature silent alarms and top-level security certification with insurance of up to $1 million. The company works with partners including one of London’s oldest private banks. The safes can be delivered with a security insurance package if required.

“As the success of our diamond and watchmaking business has grown, so has the need for the development of complimentary products, services and solutions, especially in terms of the superyacht industry,” Broekman said. “Our experience provides our clients with the confidence that they are receiving expertise in a specialist market area that deals in high-value items that often carry significant personal importance. For this reason, every safe carries the highest certified insurance grade.”

“We have not lost sight of the design and exclusivity that these collectables represent. This is something we have carried over in to our innovative and creative products offering a truly sophisticated and elegant security solution.”

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