Customs officers found nearly 1,200 smuggled antiques worth about $10 million in a lorry crossing the Lok Ma Chau control point yesterday. It was Customs' biggest seizure and came less than a week after 748 antique dinosaur eggs were discovered at the Man Kam To border crossing point. The antiques included five stone sculptures from the Ming Dynasty. Expert antique auctioneer, Kamuel Chow Sheung-loong said: 'It is an important find, especially the stone carvings which have come from temples, and are definitely part of China's heritage.' Two men were charged with 'importing unmanifested cargo'. Another man and one woman were released on bail pending legal advice. All four were from Hong Kong.