From the Pearse Collection: photograph depicting a symmetrical arrangement of various glass objects. From the centre: a flask-like object with an early V.O.C. beaker in front; two engraved wine glasses, the one to the left belonging to Mr. William Fehr of Cape Town (see pages 190 and 191 of "Eighteenth Century Furniture in South Africa" by G.E. Pearse) having an air-twist stem with three knops above, and the one to the right having multiple knops; two stemmed sweetmeat dishes (probably 19th century); a covered, facet-cut sugar bowl (?); and a goblet and cover with finial. The last could also be a sweetmeat dish of a later date.
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