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Francis Plymley

Francis Plymley, London silversmith, apprenticed to Samuel Wastell 1706, free 1715. Mark entered as largeworker 1715.

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Francis Plymley

Francis Plymley, London silversmith, apprenticed to Samuel Wastell 1706, free 1715. Mark entered as largeworker 1715.

  • 1715

    Francis Plymley

    9871 George I Silver Teapot

    £4,950

    A fine antique silver bullet shape teapot. Britannia standard silver. Lovely plain, globular form, with a straight spout and wooden handle. Very small size. This is a very early teapot. To the front is a hand engraved crest. A charming feature is the shaped little swivel nut seen below the lid finial. Contains 400 ml, 14 fluid ounces which is about 2 cups. Weight 224 grams, 7.2 troy ounces. Height 11cm. Spread 19.5cm. Diameter of base 6.4cm. London 1715. Maker Francis Plymley.

  • 1715

    Francis Plymley

    9201 Antique George I Silver Octagonal Coffee Pot

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    A rare early antique silver coffee pot (or chocolate pot) with domed lid and wooden side handle. Dates from the first year of George I’s reign. Britannia standard* silver. Lovely plain style with simple reed borders and the straight lined octagonal shape is a very desirable feature. To the front is a hand engraved cartouche containing an armorial. Weight 529 grams, 17 troy ounces. Height 25 cm. Spread 16 cm. London 1715. Maker Francis Plymley.

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