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Fée Halsted at home in the Bonnie Ntshalintshali Museum at Ardmore Gallery in Caversham, Kwa-Zulu Natal. Photo: Facebook Ardmore Ceramics & Design[/caption]
A private exhibition, in collaboration with Roger Shine
, Lady Tina Green and Daniela Boutsen
, will feature 200 pieces of Ardmore Ceramic Art
at the private dining room of the Yacht Club to raise funds for the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation.
The exhibit of South African collector’s items will be held from Tuesday, November 28 to Thursday, November 30, from 11 am to 8 pm.
This is the first time Ardmore Ceramic Art, which was created in 1985 by Fée Halsted on Ardmore Farm, in the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains of KwaZulu-Natal, will be shown in the Principality.
Followers of fashion will have noted that last year Ms Halsted partnered with Hermès to produce the Ardmore-designed silk scarf collection.
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For the selected invitees, the three-day show at the end of the month will offer a chance to purchase unique Christmas gifts while supporting an important cause close to the heart of the Monaco community.
The Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation was established in 2012 to address “one of the greatest silent killers on our planet” by teaching children essential water safety skills and how to swim. According to the Foundation, drowning claims a life every 85 seconds.
Article first published November 16, 2017.