A rare George I ascribed West Country coffee pot,
of tapering cylindrical form with a reeded foot rim, domed cover and knop finial, the spout at right angles to the handle, gracefully curved and faceted above a pendant drop, by Samuel Willmott, (of Plymouth) with hallmarks for Exeter, 1723 - 23.25cm high, 20oz.
Kent, T.A., West Country Spoons and Their Makers, pp.143, where Kent details this maker and his marks and notes that "he (Samuel Willmott) went to Plymouth before the entry of his mark at Exeter in 1723."
Exeter Museum Catalogue, no.86; Catalogue no. 124 for details of a silver feeding bottle by the same maker with Exeter hallmarks for 1729. Jackson's Revised pp.300 bottom line and footnote relating to the marks of Samuel Willmott.