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Ardmore Ceramics

Collectors around the globe have been seduced by the mystical world of Ardmore. Each piece is unique, and masterpieces can take several months to complete.

It is with no surprise that these art pieces are often given as state gifts to visiting leaders and luminaries to South Africa. Queen Elizabeth II was presented with an Ardmore bowl by the President of South Africa and there is an Ardmore masterpiece in the White House. 

Christie’s auction house has acknowledged Ardmore artwork's as “modern-day collectibles”, and Ardmore’s impressive artworks took a leap in the area of haute couture with its collaboration with the luxury French fashion house Hermès on a range of scarves and handbags.

Ardmore is a powerhouse of a thriving artist community from Kwazulu natal and Zimbabwe, under the guidance of Fée Halsted who founded the studio in 1985. 

Bonnie Ntshalintshali and Wonderboy Nxumalo were two of Ardmore’s most celebrated artists in the early years, who tragically succumbed to AIDS-related illness and since then, Fée through Ardmore has been an active advocate for women and men living with the disease in her community.   

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