Basil Burchell

Seller of medicaments

Sole Proprietor Of The Famous Sugar Plumbs For Worms and Anodyne Necklace For Children Cutting Teeth; also sold gold and silver lockets, corals (teething rings), silver pap boats (feeding bottles), pap spoons and clasps; situated at 79 Long Acre, near Drury Lane, London; branch in the City where the necklaces could also be bought "by appointment from Mrs. Rundal Ts, late Tutt's Medicine Shop, exactly facing Mr. Hazard's lottery Office at the Royal Exchange". The necklaces sold for 5/5d. and possibly consisted of beads of peony wood which could be sucked by teething children.