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TWO LARGE OVAL PEWTER PLATTERS^ with folded rims^

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Georgina Elizabeth Ward (née Moncreiffe), Countess of Dudley    by Hayman Seleg Mendelssohn  albumen cabinet portrait, 1880s

Georgina Elizabeth Ward (née Moncreiffe), Countess of Dudley by Hayman Seleg Mendelssohn albumen cabinet portrait,

Letter written by Rachel Countess of Dudley during the First World War era.  A thank you letter to Mr Colebatch for the supply of food in aid of the war effort.

Letter written by Rachel Countess of Dudley during the First World War era. A thank you letter to Mr Colebatch for the supply of food in aid of the war effort.

Dowager Queen Adelaide. This drawing was created while she was living at Witley Court. Her time at the Court was from 1843 to 1846.

John Lucas Queen Adelaide a bust-length study signed, inscribed Witley Court. March pencil 20 x

Bashaw [2]

Bashaw [2]

Back entrance to Witley Court Stable-yard. The clock tower-originally where Lord Foley had Samuel Thorp clock placed in 1804. The clock is now in the Foley Crypt.

Back entrance to Witley Court Stable-yard. The clock tower-originally where Lord Foley had Samuel Thorp clock placed in The clock is now in the Foley Crypt.

AXMINSTER Provenance: The arms and crest woven in this carpet are that of Foley for the Baron Foley. Dildarian Collection England ca. Mid 1800s 32'3" x 18'9"

AXMINSTER Provenance: The arms and crest woven in this carpet are that of Foley for the Baron Foley. Dildarian Collection England ca.

Upton House © National Trust / Claire Reeves. Sevres Cup & Saucer once owned by the 1st. Earl of Dudley.

Sevres Cup & Saucer once owned by the Earl of Dudley.

Whitley Court, owned by Lord Foley until circa 1836. Building revamped during the 1850/60s era of Lord Ward [later Earl of Dudley].

Whitley Court, owned by Lord Foley until circa Building revamped during the era of Lord Ward [later Earl of Dudley].

Witley Court & Village. The 'original' church in the picture was replaced during the 1730s. The villagers living around the Court were moved and re-housed in Gt. Witley village as we know it today.

The 'original' church in the picture was replaced during the The villagers living around the Court were moved and re-housed in Gt. Witley village as we know it today.

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