Incredible theft on the set of the TV series!
Set decorator of the series, Alison Harvey, said in a statement.
confirmed that the antiques were stolen. Harvey indicates that the items are expected to be returned.
According to a report by the London-based Antiques Trade Gazzette, there was a theft on the set of TV series The Crown. 200 antique set items were stolen during filming.
During the filming of Season 5 of Netflix’s acclaimed drama The Crown, it was reported that the vehicle he was in had the windows smashed and valuable antiques and furnishings stolen.
Filming continues on the popular Netflix series The Crown, which is about the British royal family and is eagerly awaited for Season 5. However, while the filming of the new episodes of the series continued, an incredible theft happened. Antiques Trade Gazzette reported that antiques and valuable accessories used in the show were stolen from an armed assault vehicle in Doncaster, northern England.
More than 200 accessories were stolen from the vehicle, according to county police and Netflix. More than two hundred antiques were stolen, including various antiques, a replica of the Fabergé egg, gold and silver candle holders, the face of William IV’s grandfather clock, a 10-piece silver dressing table set, crystal glassware and jugs. It was announced that the total value of the accessories is more than $200,000.
Set decorator Alison Harvey said in a statement.
confirmed the antiques were stolen. Harvey states that the items are expected to be returned. Harley: “The items stolen were not in very good condition as they were antiques so the resale value was not very high. But they were also very valuable pieces for the British film industry.”
It was announced in the news that filming for the series continued without interruption.