£12,000 worth of jewellery stolen from Desire Jewellery and Silversmithing Fair

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A box containing Emily Sidwell’s jewellery stock was reported missing from the Desire Jewellery and Silversmithing Fair on Thursday February 25 2016.

More than £12,000 worth of jewellery was stolen from the jewellery designer at the fair, which took place at Chelsea Old Town Hall.

The goods went missing before the show opened to the public for it’s private view at 4pm. Emily Sidwell noticed her loss at approximately 11am and reported it to show organisers and the police.

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The missing stock includes Sidwell’s distinctive brand By Emily’s signature pieces that feature tiny creatures inspired by literature and nature. Her bestselling items were amongst the jewellery stolen such as her scrambling mouse necklace, Boxing Hare Locket and Nesting Owl Necklace as well as large semi precious stone set rings.

If anyone has any information regarding this theft please contact the Met Police.

 

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