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Burglary of our Shop.

Posted by Susannah Everitt on

Last Monday night, our shop premises was broken into and jewellery, watches, some silver plate, and a clock were stolen.

Some of the items are very distinctive - I'll put a list here of the identifiable items, and if anyone offers you any of these PLEASE email us on anticus@xtra.co.nz or ring us on (09) 403 8000. 

Victorian late 1800s large china clock, Royal Bonn La Farge, movement by Ansonia.  Yellow, blues and aqua with water lilies.

 

Victorian pearl necklace - three strands of beautiful graduated pearls, with a clasp that would have been a Georgian mourning brooch - seed pearls surrounding a blank black panel. (Would have been a hair panel).

Five wrist watches by Ducado (German/Swiss make) - all are either manual wind or automatic wind. No quartz. Date panels are in German. Includes one ladies watch with a duck egg speckled blue face and a gold plate chain bracelet strap. Ducado is not sold anywhere else - probably in the world. All date 1970s.

Small gold Roman earring, dating from the 1st century AD. Has been suspended from a post fitting.

Pair of pearl & gilt collar studs in original box, circa 1910.

64 Halia charm beads, to be fitted onto a Halia bracelet (snake chain style or solid half-hoop silver). All in silver, some charms silver only, others in Venetian glass with silver caps. All are stamped "halia" and the copyright symbol ©. We are the only stockists of this jewellery in New Zealand. Bracelets were stolen as well as the charms.

Set of 6 boxed Danish silver plate teaspoons with colourful Guardsmen soldiers on the stems. Very distinctive. Circa 1950s.

Also stolen were around 75 new silver and silver/gemstone rings,  8 Victorian and early 20th century brooches, 15 new bracelets, silver with various gemstone, lots of new silver and gemstone earrings, several new silver necklaces, mostly stamped TZ. and a silver mark of 925.

If you get offered bulk silver jewellery, or any of the above items, PLEASE get in touch.

Thank you for reading this.

 

 


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