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Photographs and information on a bell on the Spier wine estate outside Stellenbosch. Spier Wine Estate outside Stellenbosch has a bell which seems to be the prime example of a slave bell. The form is rather strange in that it very round at the shoulder. Just above the sound bow we find LEVICK presumably the name of the founder. No further information is available on this founder. There are no further decorations apart from two moulding wires on the sound bow. The bell seems to be of the same founder as the Market Bell in Worcester. The bell tower was built by Van der Byl in 1825 to hang a restored slave bell.
- Stellenbosch