William White (d.1684) became a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Pewterers in 1660. COMPARATIVE LITERATURE:
Journal of the Pewter Society, Autumn 1991, page 72, Sandy Law explains that William Wette was actually Wm. White.
Christopher Peal, More Pewter Marks, The Pewter Society, 1976, page 51.
Lot 625, Christie's South Kensington, Oak, Country Furniture, Folk Art and Works of Art, 25 February 1998.