From BBC News:
A fake ancient Egyptian statue has returned to the museum in Greater Manchester which was tricked into paying £440,000 for it.
Bolton Council bought the Amarna Princess in 2003 after Christie's and the British Museum authenticated the figurine as 3,300 years old.
But the statue of the granddaughter of King Tutankhamun was created by Shaun Greenhalgh in his shed in Bolton.
It, and other fakes, will go on display at Bolton Museum from 16 April.
See post from 16th November 2010 - Fake Amarna Princess