Herbert, 4th and only surviving dau. Heiress to the last Earl of Powis in the Herbert line. She discovered the plant Caralluma umbellata in c .1800, while in Mysore, India, with her husband. In 1801 she brought a suit of elephant armour back from India. "16th-century Mughal Indian Elephant Armour. There are 5,840 plates of metal in this armour, and it weighs about 118 kg. " She may have kept a journal. A REGENCY BLACK AND GOLD LACQUER HARP BY SEBASTIAN ERARD (1752-1831) Provenance: Harp 467 is recorded in the Erard harp ledgers, volume 1, page 117, as invoiced to `Lady Clive', 21 April 1802. The ledgers are in the Royal College of Music archives and read: F20 467 Lady Clive 73.10.- Violette coifre 2.2.- Borde de rose et myetny Paye le 28 Oct. Filets jeunes Mr Dufreurier Ser. Lady Clive would have either been the wife of Robert Clive, created 1st Lord Clive of Plassey and `Clive of India' or the wife of his son Edward Clive, 2nd Lord Clive, created 1st Earl of Powis Tiger-Head Finial (One Of 8) From The Railing Of Tipu's Throne; Gold on a wooden core, set with rubies, diamonds and emeralds. Ht 8.3cms; width at base 4.7cms Mysore, c.1787-93 This example is inscribed 'Tiger's head which formed part of Tippoo's throne, with H.A.Powis's love,' and was one of a number of Tipu objects collected by or for Henrietta Powis, wife of the 2nd Lord Clive, and heiress to the Powis estate at Welshpool, in Wales. The tiger head is also recorded (March 1802) among the 'Articles from Madras in Portland Place House,' the London house of the Earl of Powis. Lady Clive's own notebook (after 1804), listing objects that she intended to give away or leave as bequests includes the following entry: 'An ?Or Moulu Basket containing a head in pure Gold, set with Precious Stones and one of the 8 heads which were on Tippoo Sultan's Throne.' A watercolour of Tipu seated on his throne was painted in 1800 by the Clive family's governesss, Anna Tonelli and quite clearly shows the eight finials.