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  • Collection: de Grummond Collection

Miniature wooden slant-top wooden desk, blue, with miniature books and a miniature sword on top.
Miniature blue, wooden slant-top desk with removable drawer.

Wooden kitchen cupboard. Miniature replica, roughly 14 inches tall, with a variety of miniature china plates and bowls, copper mugs, and other common kitchen containers.
North Shore dresser. Red paint. Made by Seth Tudor, through Gene Bourne. This is a copy of the full-size cupboard in Tasha’s kitchen at Corgi Cottage. The provenance file contains a two-page detailed drawing, to scale, with description, in Seth’s…

The Secret Tudor Place dollhouse, full view from the front of the house, with both interior and exterior lights on.
The Secret Tudor Place dollhouse with full exhibit room light.

The Secret Tudor Place dollhouse, with interior lights on and exterior exhibit room lights off.
The Secret Tudor Place dollhouse with interior lights on and exhibit room lights off.

The Secret Tudor Place dollhouse, as viewed through the door of the exhibit room with the lights off and the interior lights of the dollhouse on. The glass of the door is adorned with a logo for The University of Southern Mississippi.
A photograph of the Secret Tudor Place through the window of the exhibit room. A University of Southern Mississippi logo adorns the door.

Miniature cast-iron cook stove with miniature accessories, including a kettle, sauce pan, frying pan, and coal shovel.
Cast iron cook stove. "Little Fanny." Identical to the one in Tasha’s dollhouse in Williamsburg. Tasha’s children used to place it on the hearth and cook bacon for the cat.

Bisque doll in nineteenth-century-style clothing.
Doll. Bisque. "Natasha Burgess." Made by Tasha Tudor in the 1950s and fired by dollmaker Martha Thompson. Tasha made three of these dolls. The other two became Madonnas in Tasha’s Christmas creches. One was exhibited at Colonial Williamsburg in 1996…

Enamel box with three bronze rabbits and miniature letter addressed to Melissa Dora Crane, Manor Farm House, Selham, Petworth.
Box, black with enameled flowers: Contents include a letter from Leslie Linder, Beatrix Potter’s biographer, to Tasha’s doll, Melissa Dora Crane. Gift of Tasha Tudor.

Hand-made crewelwork depiction of a cornucopia, framed, roughly 3 by 3 inches.
Crewelwork cornucopia, done by Tasha Tudor's grandmother; gift of Tasha Tudor.

Tudor Place dollhouse bedroom containing a miniature chair, wardrobe, several chests or trunks, and a canopy bed, among other items.
Dollhouse bedroom with various miniature contents.
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