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The bride on her wedding day in 1956.

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The theft took place sometime between the end of March and the beginning of June this year at the soon-to-be 89-year-old's residential care home.

The three stolen rings are: an engagement ring with a platinum band and a single large solitaire with diamond baguettes at the sides; a platinum wedding band c.0.4mm wide with a faded engraved pattern; and a later platinum gate ring which is shaped.

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A close up of two of the stolen rings including the diamond engagement ring.

When the ring was purchased it was described as “handmade platinum and diamond ring with large round claw set centre diamond with three baguette diamonds on either side in a rubover setting”.

Anyone with information on this theft and the whereabouts of the stolen rings should call 101 quoting the Metropolitan Police crime reference number 2414505/20 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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A close up of the reverse of the three stolen rings.