Sterling Silver Mustard-Pot Dutch hood, the spoon is a pair of lure wings. Lodge commissioned only four of these (private ownership).
Bronze Magpie Decoy - believed to be hand painted by Lodge.
George Lodge’s Falconers’ Gauntlet is well-used and may have had many a famous hawk perched upon it.
Lure Pad - used to recall his falcons back.
Lodge’s Taxidermy Tools - used for mounting his many specimens.
Lodge’s Reading / Writing Spectacles.
Field Pen Knife - probably used during many of his expeditions.
Gravers - probably used during his early work 1880’s, and engraved with his initials.
George Lodge's Maternal Great Grandmother was Clara Maria Wheatley, a painter of flower pieces. She was the wife of the portrait and landscape artist, Francis Wheatley. This engraving hung for many years in Lodge's house at Camberley.
George Lodge's Painting Palette - secured by the Trust on: 11/04/2009.