AN antique barometer worth thousands of pounds – stolen from a home near Ripon.
It is a distinctive 220-year-old stick barometer, which is valued at £30,000.
It stands at 40 inches tall and is crafted out of mahogany. It also has a contrasting silvered brass face.
The weatherpiece is an early example of the work of John Russell who was made watchmaker to His Royal Highness Prince George, The Prince Regent, in 1811.
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