The Metropolitan Police is holding a Precious Items Fair this Saturday to reunite local victims of robbery with their stolen jewellery.
The jewellery was all stolen from addresses in SE3 in a string of burglaries between January and September 2008.
Police say that the recovered items range from Tiffany necklaces, to broaches, bracelets, earrings, expensive pens and even include a trombone.
The items will be on display at the fair which is being held in the church hall of St Michaels's and All Angels this coming Saturday (16th) between 1-6pm.
An officer from the Blackheath Safer Neighbourhoods Team, said: “We are looking for people who live specifically in the SE3 area and that have been burgled between May and September 2008. Some of the items we have recovered are very unique and we would be delighted to give them back to their original owners.
"We know that some of those are very expensive but we are also aware that some of them might have high sentimental value. We would strongly encourage locals who have been burgled to attend the fair.”