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Autumn Exhibition starting on Wednesday at Zambezi One Condom

Autumn Exhibition starting on Wednesday at Zambezi One Condom

Justin Ridler and Zambesi have collaborated for a ballet-inspired exhibition: Get ready Melbourne.

Justin Ridler and Zambesi have collaborated for a ballet-inspired exhibition: Get ready Melbourne.

Zambezi River Hippo Camp exhibit

Zambezi River Hippo Camp exhibit

“The Kissing Elephants”, In this amazingly striking work, sculpted by Ardmore’s Sfiso Mwelase, with intricately painted patterns by Jabu Nene, two elephants rear on their hind-legs, their trunks entwined in a heart-warming embrace. The Great Zambezi Exhibition that takes place at the Cellars-Hohenort, from the 17th - 19th of February, 2017 in Cape Town.

“The Kissing Elephants”, In this amazingly striking work, sculpted by Ardmore’s Sfiso Mwelase, with intricately painted patterns by Jabu Nene, two elephants rear on their hind-legs, their trunks entwined in a heart-warming embrace. The Great Zambezi Exhibition that takes place at the Cellars-Hohenort, from the 17th - 19th of February, 2017 in Cape Town.

We have been so excited to receive such positive response from the new Cole & Son Ardmore Collection wallpapers, and can't wait to display special pieces with the papers in February at our Zambezi Exhibition in Cape Town.

We have been so excited to receive such positive response from the new Cole & Son Ardmore Collection wallpapers, and can't wait to display special pieces with the papers in February at our Zambezi Exhibition in Cape Town.

The vivid red plumage of these bright and busy Narina Trogons has been captured perfectly by Wiseman Ndlovu in a pair of branch-like candlesticks sculpted by Ardmore’s resident bird lady, Betty Ntshingila.  Created for The Great Zambezi Exhibition that takes place at the Cellars-Hohenort, from the 17th - 19th of February, 2017 in Cape Town.

The vivid red plumage of these bright and busy Narina Trogons has been captured perfectly by Wiseman Ndlovu in a pair of branch-like candlesticks sculpted by Ardmore’s resident bird lady, Betty Ntshingila. Created for The Great Zambezi Exhibition that takes place at the Cellars-Hohenort, from the 17th - 19th of February, 2017 in Cape Town.

his Tiger Fish Vase, sculpted by Thulani Mntungwa and painted by Sydney Nyabeze, perfectly captures these fierce African predators, which prowl our rivers and lakes. The vase will feature in The Great Zambezi exhibition at the Cellars Hohenort in Cape Town from 17th to 18th February.

his Tiger Fish Vase, sculpted by Thulani Mntungwa and painted by Sydney Nyabeze, perfectly captures these fierce African predators, which prowl our rivers and lakes. The vase will feature in The Great Zambezi exhibition at the Cellars Hohenort in Cape Town from 17th to 18th February.

Great Zoo Exhibit: Elephants of the Zambezi River Valley

Great Zoo Exhibit: Elephants of the Zambezi River Valley

Sculptor, Qiniso Mungwe, and painter, Sthabiso Hadebe, have added their signature styles to these magnificent urns. They celebrate Qiniso’s writhing rhythms between crocodile and elephant, as well as Sthabiso’s skilful balance for contrasting white, sculpted form with intense design, pattern and colour. They will be proudly exhibited at our Zambezi Exhibition at the Cellars - Hohenort in Cape Town from 17th - 19th February.

Sculptor, Qiniso Mungwe, and painter, Sthabiso Hadebe, have added their signature styles to these magnificent urns. They celebrate Qiniso’s writhing rhythms between crocodile and elephant, as well as Sthabiso’s skilful balance for contrasting white, sculpted form with intense design, pattern and colour. They will be proudly exhibited at our Zambezi Exhibition at the Cellars - Hohenort in Cape Town from 17th - 19th February.

Sculptor, Qiniso Mungwe, and painter, Sthabiso Hadebe, have added their signature styles to these magnificent urns. They celebrate Qiniso’s writhing rhythms between crocodile and elephant, as well as Sthabiso’s skilful balance for contrasting white, sculpted form with intense design, pattern and colour. They will be proudly exhibited at our Zambezi Exhibition at the Cellars - Hohenort in Cape Town from 17th - 19th February.

Sculptor, Qiniso Mungwe, and painter, Sthabiso Hadebe, have added their signature styles to these magnificent urns. They celebrate Qiniso’s writhing rhythms between crocodile and elephant, as well as Sthabiso’s skilful balance for contrasting white, sculpted form with intense design, pattern and colour. They will be proudly exhibited at our Zambezi Exhibition at the Cellars - Hohenort in Cape Town from 17th - 19th February.

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