Clock and Other Antiques
A Collection of antiques believed to be worth a total of nearly £25,000 were stolen in the burglary near Tetbury.
They items stolen include:
* A George II simulated tortoiseshell bracket clock, the bell topped case enclosing an eight-day fuse movement with verge escapement and an engraved black plate (pictured).
* Pair of oval miniature portraits on ivory circ 1780 in gilt frames and a group of four family miniature portraits (pictured).
*Pair of circular two handled ice pail, covers and liners circa 1820. Each piece is painted with shaped reserves of sailors in and around an hour on a gilded green ground.
*A sevre style coffee can and saucer
*Large pair of bronzed reduction of the Horses of Marly.
*A Parian figure of a seated girl, circa 1865, reading a book at a rush seated chair
*A Parian figure of a young boy carrying a basket of flowers.
*A George IV mahogany sarcophagus cellaret circa 1825. The flattened pyramidal lid is carved with fruit, above a panelled body on paw feet (pictured).
*A regency elm and rosewood parquetry games table, circa 1820. The moulded square top inlaid for nine Mems’ morris, with successive banks of figured wood above a frieze drawer on a square banded stem and concave square platform with paw feet.
*A 19th century ormolu and porcelain mantle clock by PH Moury. The enamelled face with flying cupid centrepiece and numerals on blue de roi ground, in arched frame with beaded border, inset Arcadian landscape panel below with ormolu ribbon cresting and laurel swags, supported by flanking pillars on shaped plinth with floral inset panel, and surmounted by porcelain urn with ormolu swags (pictured).
If you know where any of these items are, Gloucester Police would like to hear from you
|Police Incident Number||75 of April 27|
|Police Force||Gloucestershire Constabulary 0845 090 1234|