Mantel clock "Homer" rhodonite
The original clock is kept now in the State Museum of history of St. Petersburg, and was created in the early nineteenth century in France.
The watch is named after the legendary ancient Greek poet and storyteller Homer (Greek etc. Ὅμηρος), which is attributed to the creation of "Iliad" (probably the ancient books of Western literature) and "the Odyssey" (VI century BC). About half found the ancient Greek literary papyri — fragments from Homer.
Material: bronze, plating in the technique of polishing and patina, natural stone rhodonite.