Twice a year the potters of Cape Town and the Western Cape gather together for a lovely market at Rondebosch Park.
Established way back in 1969, the Rondebosch Potters Market is coordinated by Ceramics SA, a non-profit organisation which strives to promote ceramic talent in South Africa. Local and country potters from the Western Cape come together at this event to sell their quality wares.
It’s a lovely venue, and a huge amount of fun wandering from stall to colourful stall, picking up some fantastic bargains, and finding some beautiful pieces to take home.
23 March 2013 – 8am-3pm
November 2013 TBC
Rondebosch Park, corner of Sandown and Camp Ground Rds.
Entry is free.
For more details call Iris Stuck on 021 715 5531 or visit the Rondebosch Potters’ Market Facebook page.
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