Houghton Hall Denies Possessing Stolen Chinese Artifacts

Houghton Hall in the UK denies owning stolen Chinese valuables amid social media accusations. The estate clarified that Chinese-origin items were acquired legally during the Qing Dynasty by the original owners, the Walpole family. Allegations arose after TikTok users claimed ties to looted treasures from the Sassoon family. The Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley faced criticism despite the estate’s clarification.


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