Items stolen from Frankli Wild in robbery 24 January 2020

Dear SAADA Members,

Please kindly be on the look out for the following items that were part of the collection stolen from Kevin Friedman’s store Frankli Wild in Norwood, Johannesburg on Friday the 24th of January this year. If you are offered anything that fits these descriptions please let us know urgently.

A brooch, as per the following auction house description, that had subsequently been converted back to a hair clip by Kevin Friedman:

detail of A brooch converted back to a hair clip
A brooch converted back to a hair clip

A 12.5ct oval opaque ruby and diamond cluster ring.

A 12.5ct oval opaque ruby and diamond cluster ring.

A lot of loose gemstones: the identifiable stones are a loaf-shaped blue moonstone; some faceted opals; an extremely large green amethyst; and drilled uncut emeralds, citrines, etc.

A lot of loose gemstones
Gemstones

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