Detective recovers Oscar Wilde’s gold ring 20 years after it was stolen

Detective recovers Oscar Wilde’s gold ring 20 years after it was stolen
 

An 18-carat gold friendship ring believed to have been given as a gift by acclaimed Irish playwright Oscar Wilde has been recovered 20 years after it was stolen.
Arthur Brand – dubbed the ‘Indiana Jones of the Art World’ for recovering a number of stolen pieces – teamed up with London antiques dealer William Veres who put him in touch with George Crump, a man who Brand said has ‘a decent knowledge of the London criminal underworld’.
The ring, worth £35,000, was stolen during a burglary at Magdalen College, Oxford in 2002. Wilde studied there and gifted the ring to a fellow student in 1876.... read more

 
17 November 2019 in Hot News, Views: 39
Source: Metro
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