Silver dealers B. Silverman suffered a break-in at their shop in Campden Street in the early hours of November 30.
The thieves are thought to have used a car-jack to force up the roller blind at the front of shop. Police believe the small gap created was sufficient to allow a small child to squeeze through and effect the theft.
The main shop was protected by a steel security curtain but four items taken were from the front window. As well as three claret jugs, they stole a distinctive Eyptian-revival vase which, along with its pair, is valued at £15,000.
Anyone with information should contact PC Peter Oestreich at Notting Hill Police on 0208 2460234, quoting crime reference number 562 3385/08.
The day before, Fulham Road furniture dealers Peter Lipitch had a pair of George III ormolu and marble cassolettes stolen from their shop. A couple entered the premises at around 3.30pm and distracted Mr Lipitch while they took the items which are worth around £6500 and measure 8in (20cm) tall x 3in (7.5cm) in diameter.
Anyone with information should contact the Chelsea police crime desk on 0208 246 0313, quoting crime reference number 562 3366/08. The officer dealing with case is PC Palas Tanga.