Stolen from Canterbury, Kent, England on 5 September 2003.
ITEM ONE: Pair of composite stone whippets. 26ins long.
ITEM TWO: Weathered composite marble figure of a maiden in classical dress. Figure only stolen, not the base. 36ins tall.
ITEM THREE: 19thC lead figure of Mecury, standing on an octagonal stone base, approx height 40ins. Damage to one leg.
ITEM FOUR: Composite stone putti standing on a shell shaped fountain bowl. Standing on three columns. Approx height 40ins.
ITEM FIVE: Composite stone figure of two cherubs fighting, approx height 24ins.
ITEM SIX: Early 20th century lead fountain figure. Putti supporting an oval shaped bowl above his head. Damage to one foot, approx height 18ins.
ITEM SEVEN: Pair of concrete terracotta coloured fruit finials. Approx 20ins tall. One broken away from socle.
ITEM EIGHT: Pair of 19th century dark stoneware capitals. Decorated with acanthus leaves. some chipping and damage. Approx 20ins tall.
ITEM NINE: A new lead figure of a dancing girl with a trail of cloth running over her head and down to her feet.