James Blunt is offering a cash reward to be reunited with items that were stolen from his Ibiza home.

The 46-year-old singer’s villa on the Balearic Island was ransacked last week – with thieves reportedly making off with dozens of items including all the t-shirts and shirts from the singer’s wardrobe.

Cufflinks, clothes and sunglasses were among the items that the criminals escaped with – while a couple items of high personal value to the star were also nicked.

James lives in a six-bedroom mansion in the town of Santa Gertrudis on Ibiza with his wife, Sofia Wellesley, and their two children.

James Blunt's home in Ibiza was robbed last week

Speaking to the island’s Diario de Ibiza, James said the “real sadness” of the robbery was that the crooks stole a pocket watch that had belonged to his grandfather – and a bayonet from his time serving in the Kosovo war as a soldier.

He said he “would gladly pay a reward” for the return of the two items.

Finding an amusing side to his ordeal, however, James added: ”The thieves took about 100 items, including a black and white rug that my wife did not like, so I suspect she could be involved.

James bought his Ibiza home in 2006

"They also took all my t-shirts and shirts, so they must not have a very good sense of style since I am not known for mine."

Initial reports have said police suspect three criminals were involved in the robbery due to the fingerprints found in the property.

Blunty has lived on Ibiza since snapping up his home for a reported £2 million in 2006.

James lives in Ibiza with his wife, Sofia Wellesley, and their two children

The family home has a library, a large swimming pool and a bar in the garden with the neon sign: “Blunty’s Nightclub. Where Everybody’s Beautiful.”

The star reportedly also owns a chalet in the Swiss town, Verbier, which he bought in 2007.