The Clockmaker's Daughter Symbols & Objects

Kate Morton
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Leather Satchel

This leather satchel is a symbol of both mystery and love. When Elodie finds the satchel with the sketchbook and woman’s photograph inside, it represents a mystery she wants to solve. She wants to know to whom the satchel belonged and who the lady is in the picture. When Birdie originally gave the satchel as a gift to Edward, it symbolized her love for him.

Pottery Charm Box

This pottery charm box is both a symbol of magic and duplicity. Tip makes this charm box for Elodie and gives it to her at her mother’s funeral. He incorporates a special stone that Ada Lovegrove gave him and told him that it would keep him safe. Tip had always sensed there was magic in that stone. He decides to share it with Elodie by including it in the stones and shells he uses to...

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