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Located two minutes from Cape Town in the heart of trendy Woodstock. With easy access from town (Good Hope Centre), the N1 (Lower Church Street) and the N2 (Searle Street). And don’t forget we have 300 undercover parking bays.
Our offer includes a variety of décor & lifestyle stores - from trendy furniture, décor and accessories, luxurious textiles and carpets, recycled aluminium kitchen and bathroom products, custom-made kitchens, blinds and curtains, African artwork, paint &…Read more
Come and visit us at African Gems and Minerals Inc..
African Gems and Minerals is the largest and only privately owned Gemstone, Crystal, Fossil and Fine Mineral Company in the country specialising in Fine Mineral Specimens we have been in business for the last thirty five years, with branches in Montague Gardens Cape Town, Gold Reef City in Johannesburg, our Head Office in Germiston on the East Rand, as well a branch in Auckland New Zealand.
We offer the widest range of Gemstone…Read more
One of the greatest assets of the African continent is its wealth of semi-precious stones. At Afrogem we have a proud heritage as the oldest manufacturer of semi-precious stone jewellery in South Africa and specialists in South African stones such as Tiger-Eye and Verdite. Our beautiful showroom stocks a wide variety of precious and semi-precious stone jewellery, facetted stones, carvings, minerals and more. Visitors can take one of our free guided tours where they will learn about…Read more
Leather Handbags Leather Accessories Weaves Wigs
If these words matter to you, then you’ve come to the right place. Because, along with the phrase “customer satisfaction”, these words matter to us. We don’t believe in mass-produced, soulless factory assembly-line production. We believe that even in the 21st century, craftsmanship counts as much as authentic materials. Our leathers are the finest southern Africa has to offer. Our hair pieces and wigs are natural virgin hair that can…Read more
ART @ CONSTANTIA GALLERY is a permanent exhibition venture being curated by Lyn Atterbury and James Hodgson at the beautiful Groot Constantia Wine Estate. Together they bring years of experience in the Art Industry from working in various Galleries around the country to attending courses and lectures in curating and collecting art with a sharp eye for quality and collection or investment purposes.
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Suzanne is inspired by the beauty of the country and her love of Africa is evident in her work, whether in the realism of her pastel paintings, in the emotion of her wildlife art, or in the simplistic naivety of her oil paintings depicting the spectacular scenery of the Cape.
Suzanne exhibited her art at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in February 2009, at Glengarry Centre in November 2008, in Rust-en-Vrede Cultural Society in December 2007 and 2008, her art is also found throughout the…Read more
The Arts Association of Bellville
Die Kunsvereniging van Bellville
Umbutho wemisebenzi yezobugcisa eBellville
Art.b, the Arts Association of Bellville, is an innovative, community – orientated organisation, sensitive to new ideas and supportive of established and emerging artists from all cultural backgrounds. Art.b, through its vibrant art gallery, creates a platform for and showcases visual art and artists in the Western Cape to raise public awareness of art.
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Welcome to Baraka – the world renowned gift shop situated in Cape Town. Baraka is a Swahili word which means a blessing.
At Baraka you will find a range of handmade leather notebooks and photo albums, hand crochet hats, shell and driftwood spoons, affordable jewellery, out-of-the-box art, quirky once-off pieces, unusual non-curio African goods, Panama hats, handbags, hand-woven Zulu baskets made from recycled telephone wire – and the biggest selection of scarves in Cape Town, to…Read more
Canal Walk Shopping Centre is Africa's leading super-regional retail mall. Its dominant presence attracts diverse shoppers from an extensive portion of the Western Cape, and further afield, with its comprehensive retail and leisure options. Canal Walk merges the world's most desirable brands with shopping convenience and entertainment with everyday leisure, all in a majestic setting.
It is located at Century City, a 250ha city in the making, midway between the Cape Town and Bellville…Read more
Founded in 1972 by Lothar & Denise Schäfer and Walter Schoch, Cape Cobra Leathercraft is a three generation family run organization that has become a leader in design, development and production of unique, handcrafted leather goods. Cape Cobra Leathercraft is internationally recognized for offering unsurpassed quality and has been spotted in the British and Monegasque Royal families. The organization has also become the supplier of choice for top international design houses and labels;…Read more
Lighthouse Five reflects maritime history and has a distinctly nautical feel with rich dark wood fittings and polished brass. Buy your own ships wheel or brass bell; take home an intricate replica of an old sailing ship or an ostrich egg decorated with old maps. Great white shark posters, shark tooth jewellery, DVD's, globes and Ngwenya glass figurines are just a few of the treasures to be found! For the kids a range of soft and cuddly marine toys, bright accessories and clothes.Read more
The Cape Point Logo Store is the ultimate souvenir shop at the Point! Visitors can choose from a wide variety of merchandise branded with the Cape Point Logo, from t-shirts & fleece tops, caps & hats, mugs & teaspoons, to key rings, magnets, & books! The Cape Point Certificate - the official record of a visit to Cape Point is sold here. Everyone will be able to find a memento to take home as a reminder of their visit to this beautiful place.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