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Hello Mr Anderson (Professors prefer Mister, don't they?)

The only similar carvings of jade I know of are Maori Pounamu, but we think New Zealand wasn't 'discovered' until the 1200s.

Descended from Polynesians, it is interesting they sort of went to the Pacific around 3000BCE...

I have no idea if any Polynesian islands have anything similar, though.

I suppose there is a very specific way to determine where jade has come from?

No chance jade-hunters went a-hunting away from China ?

Andrew

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