The precious and rare historical Danish silver was stolen from a private home in Copenhagen.
Through an advertisement in this week's Antiques Trade Gazette, insurance firm Tryg and the Danish police have appealed for information and a reward of up to £350,000 is being offered for information that could lead to the recovery of the stolen objects.
The company said the reward is one of the “largest bounties” ever offered in Denmark.
The stolen objects had all been photographed, listed and “described to the smallest details” meaning that any item can be “identified immediately”.
For full details of the Danish silver theft view the advertisement as a PDF.