Stolen Jade Artifact Returns to Harvard

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An 18th century Qing Dynasty jade incense holder returned to its rightful place at Harvard University this week. It was stolen during a public exhibition at the Fogg Art Museum in 1979. The piece was discovered after being brought to a Southeby's auction in China back in May. The investigation is still open.

Harvard Gets Its Chinese Jade Artifact Back | Boston Magazine

(Image credits: Harvard Art Museum)

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