Anglesey Abbey Regency rococo revival mantle clock by James McCabe in the Library. ©National Trust Images/John Hammond

The Chinese Bedroom at Felbrigg Hall, hung with Chinese wallpaper in 1752. ©National Trust Images/John Hammond nttreasurehunt.wordpress.com

©National Trust Images/John Hammond

Part of the Drawing Room at Hatchlands. ©National Trust Images/James Dobson nttreasurehunt.wordpress.com

The Duchess's Private Closet at Ham House, hung with 'Pear' flock wallpaper by Watts. ©National Trust Images/John Hammond. nttreasurehunt.wordpress.com

Library Desk Said to have come from Houghton Hall and possibly used by Prime Minister Sir Robert Walpole. ©National Trust Images/John Hammond nttreasurehunt.wordpress.com

The Chinese Dressing Room at Saltram, with pairs of Chinese prints hung in an alternating pattern with various cut-out additions to create a wallpaper effect, possibly in the 1750s. ©National Trust Images/John Hammondn the Chinese Dressing Room at Saltram, Devon nttreasurehunt.wordpress.com

Bookplate of Sir John Harpur, 4th Bt (1680-1741). ©National Trust Images/John Hammond

Early eighteenth century japanned cabinet in Elsie Kipling's Sitting Room at Bateman's. ©National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel.nttreasurehunt.wordpress.com

The Print Room at Uppark. ©National Trust

Library at Hatchlands, East Clandon, Guildford, Surrey. Robert Adam, 1750s. National Trust Images/Chris Lacey. nttreasurehunt.wordpress.com

Globe showing the imperialist world-view in the Study at Bateman's. ©National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel.nttreasurehunt.wordpress.com

The Library at Anglesey Abbey, with its infinity mirrors and William Kent-designed silver chandeliers. ©National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel nttreasurehunt.wordpress.com

The Marble Hall at Petworth, probably built to a design by Daniel Marot. ©National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel nttreasurehunt.wordpress.com

Deco Clock, First National Bank Building constructed in 1931 by the First National Bank and Trust Company of Oklahoma City

One of the Chinese mirror paintings, in English Rococo frames and with Chinese porcelain leaping carp figurines on the mantelpiece below, in the Mirror Room at Saltram. ©National Trust Images/Rob Matheson

Shearers Quarters House / John Wardle Architects

Regency period wall clock

Clock Mantle

Beautiful, watery clock image

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