Green & Carpenter
William Hutchinson (Journeyman jeweller)
THEFT OF JEWELLERY
At Marlborough Street Police Court, on the 8th inst. William Hutchinson, 30, of North Road, Cattle Market, Islington, a jeweller, was charged with stealing, between June, 1885, and January 2, 1886, from 14, Rathbone Place, Oxford Street, four gold bracelets, five gold brooches, three gold rings, six gold and silver scarf-pins, three gold mounts, four sapphires, six pearl studs, three rubies, and about 200 loose diamonds, of the value of about Â£200, the property of Messrs. Green & Carpenter, manufacturing jewellers, in whose employ the prisoner had been for more than two years as a diamond and gem setter. - The accused having pleaded guilty, Mr. Mansfield sentenced him to four months' hard labour.
Source: The Jeweller and Metalworker - 15th January 1886