A fixed cheek weymouth bit with a medium port. A weymouth is the curb bit used in a double bridle. The cheeks are long and thin as they commonly are on nineteenth century bits, it has its original curb hooks. There are no makers marks. Mouthpiece 11.7cm (4½") Cheeks 20cm (8") Weight 296g (10½oz)
Jonathan Rickard, "Mocha and Related Dipped Wares, Mocha with trailing slip, achieved by blowing into a "blowing bottle" affixed with goose quills through which the thick, fluid slip would flow out and onto the vessel's surface while turning on a lathe.