Merseyside Police is searching for two men who broke into Ernest Jones Jewellers in Liverpool city centre earlier this month.
Jewellery including pendants, rings and bridal sets was reported missing when police were called to the shop in the early hours of the morning on 5 February.
Two men are reported to have fled on pushbikes after breaking into the store.
The jewellery that was stolen included a Le Vian strawberry gold and pearl pendant, gold and diamond oval cluster ring, vanilla gold blue aquamarine and diamond ring, and a strawberry gold and raspberry Rhodolite ring.
Merseyside Police has now released pictures of the jewellery in the hope that someone may recognise it and provide information.
Detective inspector Paul Jones said: “Some of the jewellery that was taken is very distinctive and we hope that by releasing these pictures people will recognise them.
“I would ask anyone who thinks they have seen the jewellery, or being offered any for sale, in the days following 5 February to contact us, as they may have information which is vital to our investigation.”
CCTV and forensic enquiries have been carried out and an investigation is underway.