The Orsetti House Museum owns a small but interesting and varied collection of clocks. The oldest are the bracket and table clocks, in the shape of tower clocks. One of them was made in Toruń in 1603 and the other, slightly smaller, was made in 1693. A small cabinet clock, in the shape of a can, made of gold-plated brass and signed "Gunkel-Berlin," a big wall clock with a scene of the Coronation of the Mother of God, and so-called Dutch mantel clocks are from the 18th century. Most common to the collection are clocks made in the first half of the 19th century. These include table and wall box clocks, a floor clock, fireplace clocks, and a clock in a gold-plated bronze case made in Paris around 1830. A small clock in the shape of a pedestal, with a shield held up by a cupid, and a hanging candelabra with clock were made at the beginning of the 19th century. A fireplace clock signed "L. M. Lilpop" is the newest.