Police want to hear from anyone who recognises this jewellery.
The items are believed to have been stolen in a burglary, possibly sometime in early August.
They were recovered when a 21-year-old man from Tilbury was arrested in Grays in August on suspicion of burglary.
He's been released on bail until September 29th, pending further enquiries.
A knife-wielding thief, with a history of serious offences, who robbed a jewellery store in Tonbridge with a knife - has today been given a life sentence. But he'll only serve a minimum of five years before he's eligible for parole on licence.
Peter Sanderson from Maidstone was caught after his car was tracked by CCTV. David Johns reports from Maidstone Crown Court, speaking with Det Con Tony Hatcher of Kent Police.
Police in Camberley are urging householders to step up their home security following a number of burglaries in the Watchetts and St Michaels area of Camberley where gold has been stolen.
If anyone has any information about these burglaries or saw anything suspicious please call Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference 45140011544.
Hampshire Police are appealing for information after £49,000 worth of jewellery was taken during a break-in at a Farnborough home.
The items were taken from a house in Cedar Road between the 14th to 17th February in two safes.
The discarded safes were later found smashed open off Hawley Lane on the 21st February.
A unique engraved parachute regiment was amongst the items stolen, as well as several Rolex and Tag Heuer watches and diamond rings.
Aldershot Police would like to hear from anyone who has been offered a large amount of jewellery or the distinctive watch for sale.
Two men are wanted in connection with the theft of a necklace from a jewellers in Peacehaven. The two distracted an assistant and took the £495 necklance from a shop on South Coast Road earlier this week. It is thought the men might be Turkish.
Mobile phone pictures of a jewellery robbery in Kent have been released to the public.
Two men smashed the display window of Bourne and Kemp jewellers in Longfield, near Dartford and ran off to a stolen silver Mercedes.
Bespoke jewellery worth tens of thousands of pounds was stolen.
A Reading-based pawnbroker has revealed that a high street "gold rush" as households look to raise cash by selling jewellery has slowed sharply.
Albemarle & Bond, which has around 169 stores and 38 gold-buying "pop-up" shops, said it was too early to determine whether the "marked slowdown" in its gold buying operation reflected recent wet weather or was part of a developing trend.
Growth in the value of gold bought by the company has slowed from over 50% in the first half of its financial year to mid single digits in the last eight weeks. With the market price of gold falling, Albemarle said profits for the year will increase at a rate below current market forecasts.