Sabelo Khosa’s natural flair for classical thrown forms and sculptural rhythms, has created this elegant piece. Painter, Mandela Ngwenya has lovingly payed it homage by embellishing and enriching the surface with crocodile, leopard print,and geometric pattern.
The crocodile tail handles on the vase echo the palm fans at the top which explode like a carnival celebration of our Zambezi themed year, in honour of the launch of the Ardmore designed Hermes scarves.
Sabelo completed his education in 2000 at Mahlubi High School in Estcourt, KwaZulu-Natal. In 2001 he travelled to Johannesburg to work for his uncle in the building trade. Two years later he returned to KwaZulu-Natal where he heard about Ardmore Ceramic Art from his cousins, Petros ... read moreView all pieces by Sabelo Khoza
Mandla-Enkosi was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, in 1982. He studied at the Mzilikazi Art and Craft Centre and graduated in 2002. Before he came to Ardmore, Mandla worked at Nivek Ceramics and Into-Art in Johannesburg. He joined Ardmore in June 2012, having been introduced to Fée ... read moreView all pieces by Mandla-Enkosi Ngwenya