G2 Art provides diverse original contemporary South African art including painting, ceramics, sculpture and photography.
Our offering is an exciting range of contemporary, local art by mainly South African artists and we are proud to represent the following: Nicole Pletts, David Kuijers, Anthony Gadd, Vanessa Berlein, David Liknaitsky, Gilbert Pearse, Roelie van Heerden, Patrick Mokhuane, Benjy Furawo, Sue Jowell, Thelmi Bekker, Ronel Human, Candice Dawn, Adolf Tega, Tania Babb, Jenny…Read more
Mark Solomon prides himself in making the finest South African jewellery on offer, with a focus on utilising South African jewellery design to cater to your special needs. Designs are timelessly tasteful, classic pieces or innovative and theme dependent. Stunning South African diamonds, tanzanite and a myriad of other precious gems are skilfully set in yellow gold, white gold or platinum. As specialist stockists of investment diamonds and gemstones, Mark Solomon Jewellers offers a wide…Read more
Our Sparkling Tour offers you the opportunity to experience the fascinating world of Diamonds and Jewellery Manufacturing. Enjoy a glass of proudly South African Sparkling wine whilst you discover the 4 C’s of Diamonds and the history behind the world’s most sought after gemstone.Read more
Willowbridge Shopping Centre is an up-market 45, 774m² Lifestyle Centre located in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town. It is a world class chic, open-air, high street shopping experience.
Open air stores at Willowbridge Shopping Centre lead out onto the open air street and pristine river parklands. It's light, airy and completely different to anything else in the neighbourhood. Stroll the street, meet friends at one of eleven sidewalk cafes and restaurants, shop at over eighty top…
In 1659 Jan Van Riebeeck was able to produce the very first wine on record from South Africa. Van Riebeeck was the first Dutch Governor of Cape Town. Cape Town remains the hub of wine production in South Africa even up to today although there are many other areas that are producing excellent wine. The property of Constantia farm began operations in 1685 by the then-Governor Simon Van Der Stel. He had a good wine label known as Vin de Constance but eventually sold his wine farm to…Read more
Cape Point falls within the Table Mountain National Park and it is the natural beauty and diversity of the floral kingdom that is celebrated in this store. Visitors can purchase bath and body products made from uniquely African extracts like rooibos and aloe; take home their own Protea seeds or buy books to guide them through the flora and birds of the area. Our African heritage is also recognized in locally made bright ceramics and cloths. Clothing and accessories for adults and…Read more
There are very few places in the world where vineyards hug every street corner, where magnificent mountain slopes gaze down upon exclusive shopping complexes and where rustic hiking trails cross the pristine driveways of internationally acclaimed restaurants. Perhaps there is only one, Constantia. And right at the heart of all this natural beauty and opulence, stands a unique shopping destination - The Constantia Village.
The diversity of speciality stores, fashion outlets,…