Macys Fine Jewelry, leather and leather-backed shoes are among the treasures in the jewellery collection of the former owners of the estate in which the estate once stood.
The collection includes a number of rare vintage watches, including one of the rarest models in the world, the Rheinmetall-Nautilus, which sold for more than £500,000 in 2016.
“The collection is truly unique, a very rare thing to find in any museum,” said one of Macys owner Peter Macys, who was the first to open the estate after the war.
“I never thought I would see this collection in the museum, and the first time I saw it was at the start of the museum opening in 2003.”
The collection also includes a collection in leather of two of the most famous of all jewellery brands, the Liddell & Mears, which are known to have worn the initials Rheinsmith and Mears in the early 20th century.
The museum is the first major museum to open on the estate, which was owned by the late John Macys in 1901.
More than 30 years after the end of the war, the estate remained vacant and the Macys family died in 1996.
When the estate was sold, the collection was handed over to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and is currently under the care of the collection manager, Michael Eavis.
Mr Macys said the museum would be able to show the collection to visitors in future and was hoping to raise £100,000 through a Kickstarter campaign to make the collection accessible to the public.
Macys Fine Jewellery, Leathers and Boots is due to open in March 2019. (BBC)