Imiso Distinctive Clay Art: Imiso Ceramics is a high-end brand of creative ceramics based in Cape Town. Imiso embraces the dual currents of cultural heritage and cosmopolitan energy to create works of beauty for the contemporary lifestyle. The studio features unique, hand-made collector’s pieces by Andile Dyalvane and Zizipho Poswa. Imiso forms part of the LUMINANCE Signature Collection – our range of African arts and crafts now available in store.

Imiso Distinctive Clay Art: Imiso Ceramics is a high-end brand of creative ceramics based in Cape Town. Imiso embraces the dual currents of cultural heritage and cosmopolitan energy to create works of beauty for the contemporary lifestyle. The studio features unique, hand-made collector’s pieces by Andile Dyalvane and Zizipho Poswa. Imiso forms part of the LUMINANCE Signature Collection – our range of African arts and crafts now available in store.

NGWENYA GLASS: A small group of Swazi craftsmen and women breathe life into enchanting interpretations of the animals and birds of Africa through a range of products, including tableware, drinking glasses, vases, jugs and ornamental African animals. All their products are hand-made from recycled glass, mostly soft drink bottles from all over Swaziland.

NGWENYA GLASS: A small group of Swazi craftsmen and women breathe life into enchanting interpretations of the animals and birds of Africa through a range of products, including tableware, drinking glasses, vases, jugs and ornamental African animals. All their products are hand-made from recycled glass, mostly soft drink bottles from all over Swaziland.

Amma Ogan glass bead neckpiece

Amma Ogan glass bead neckpiece

MOUNTAIN FEVER-HOTT ZULU TEXTILES: Inspired by the work of the well-known ceramic artist Andile Dyalvane of Imiso Ceramics, this embroidery group from rural KwaZulu-Natal is funded by the province’s Department of Economic Development & Tourism. Their hand-embroidered range of cushions, placemats and napkins marks a radical shift from traditional African embroidery to a more minimalistic approach.

MOUNTAIN FEVER-HOTT ZULU TEXTILES: Inspired by the work of the well-known ceramic artist Andile Dyalvane of Imiso Ceramics, this embroidery group from rural KwaZulu-Natal is funded by the province’s Department of Economic Development & Tourism. Their hand-embroidered range of cushions, placemats and napkins marks a radical shift from traditional African embroidery to a more minimalistic approach.

Salad servers by the The Simunye Handcraft and Jewellery Co-operative.

Salad servers by the The Simunye Handcraft and Jewellery Co-operative.

SIMUNYE HANDCRAFT AND JEWELLERY CO-OPERATIVE: The Simunye Handcraft and Jewellery Co-operative is based in Kwa-Nyuswa, Botha’s Hill. Through the Amaso Glass Bead Incubator, they were trained to manufacture glass beads. The co-op is made up 11 individuals who have grown from working only with traditional and glass beads, to incorporating metal in their creations.

SIMUNYE HANDCRAFT AND JEWELLERY CO-OPERATIVE: The Simunye Handcraft and Jewellery Co-operative is based in Kwa-Nyuswa, Botha’s Hill. Through the Amaso Glass Bead Incubator, they were trained to manufacture glass beads. The co-op is made up 11 individuals who have grown from working only with traditional and glass beads, to incorporating metal in their creations.

PICHULIK: Local accessories brand Pichulik is renowned for its signature woven details. “The demand for Pichulik grew the teams,” says founder Katherine-Mary Pichulik, whose team now includes four creative women. “I used threads in gold, white, black and yellow with a few zig-zag weaves,” she says of her latest nine-piece collection, which features influences from Africa and the Middle East.

PICHULIK: Local accessories brand Pichulik is renowned for its signature woven details. “The demand for Pichulik grew the teams,” says founder Katherine-Mary Pichulik, whose team now includes four creative women. “I used threads in gold, white, black and yellow with a few zig-zag weaves,” she says of her latest nine-piece collection, which features influences from Africa and the Middle East.


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