Mantle clock began appearing in British homes in about 1600. These early mantle clock, called "room clocks were of the 'lantern type or its meaning easily, brass because of his kind to make brass. They were hung on a hook on the wall and the weights lower pendulum hung on ropes, chains which later developed into the most popular decorations of the pendulum. A maximum of three weights for the time, the striking and sometimes an alarm clock in the mantle. The first mantle clock is made of iron after copper was the preferred metal, often with thick gold dials. Pendulum craftsmen took several months to finish. Only the kings and queens could afford the luxury of this brass dials in their homes and palaces. Then the second revolution saw the history of large-scale changes in particular mantle clock.