Patinated bronze and lapis lazuli mantel clock, renaissance tradition, circular lapis lazuli chapter ring with silver numerals and hands, bronze repousse centre, supported on backs of 3 figures resting on lapis lazuli base with putti masks and scroll feet. Edwardian, commissioned by Lady Fairhaven. Large 8-day English timepiece mantel clock on lapis lazuli and bronze case c.1925. Single train 4 pillar fusee movement with anchor escapement. Dial, integral with casework, with applied silver-plated (or nickel?) roman numerals, around a chased and patinated bronze or brass dial centre. Pierced and decorated silver-plated/nickel hands. Large case of lapis lazuli and patinated bronze with 3 classical figures in bronze crouching on a rectangular lapis base, and supporting the lapis clock case, all standing on a bronze base with feet.
Bequeathed to the National Trust by Huttleston Rogers Broughton, 1st Lord Fairhaven (1896-1966) with the house and the rest of the contents.