Ardmore Design

Leopard Urns

$6,640
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George Manyathela has thrown this magnificent pair of leopard urns in celebration of the launch of our 2021 Monkey Bean fabric in the tanzanite colour way. Moshe Sello has sculpted the elegant leopards that wrestle on the top of the urns and form the elegant handles. 

Mickey Chonco has married contrasting designs, following the blue, aqua and yellow colours and design of the Tanzanite fabric. He has carried the leopard print thought the urn. The design features the sensuous passion flower and a unique feathered leaf design, originally inspired by Punch Shabalala's, one of Ardmore's premier painters', work. Mickey Chonco borders the urns with Amasumpa circular vortex motifs that signify the female form, fertility and rebirth. 

Made by Qiniso Mungwe and painted by Wiseman Ndlovu

Note: The price quoted is for one piece. 

70cm H; 29cm L; 30cm W

Returns must be made within 7 days of receiving the order.

Drift away into a world of iconic imagery and whimsical storytelling. At Ardmore authenticity lies at the heart. Immense skill, pride and respect for creation sets them a part as a true gem in luxury homeware from Africa. Discover their ceramics, cushions, linens and masterworks that are nothing less than a dream for the avid collector or one who just simply loves all things wild.

Ardmore Design

Leopard Urns

$6,640
mlveda_country:

George Manyathela has thrown this magnificent pair of leopard urns in celebration of the launch of our 2021 Monkey Bean fabric in the tanzanite colour way. Moshe Sello has sculpted the elegant leopards that wrestle on the top of the urns and form the elegant handles. 

Mickey Chonco has married contrasting designs, following the blue, aqua and yellow colours and design of the Tanzanite fabric. He has carried the leopard print thought the urn. The design features the sensuous passion flower and a unique feathered leaf design, originally inspired by Punch Shabalala's, one of Ardmore's premier painters', work. Mickey Chonco borders the urns with Amasumpa circular vortex motifs that signify the female form, fertility and rebirth. 

Made by Qiniso Mungwe and painted by Wiseman Ndlovu

Note: The price quoted is for one piece. 

70cm H; 29cm L; 30cm W

Returns must be made within 7 days of receiving the order.

Drift away into a world of iconic imagery and whimsical storytelling. At Ardmore authenticity lies at the heart. Immense skill, pride and respect for creation sets them a part as a true gem in luxury homeware from Africa. Discover their ceramics, cushions, linens and masterworks that are nothing less than a dream for the avid collector or one who just simply loves all things wild.

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