Come and hear the story of how this historical fence was rescued and hear stories of the power of the human spirit. Each piece of jewellery has a unique serial number and has a title to it like hope, rights, peace, justice and mercy. Charmaine Taylor is grown into a great public speaker and spoken globally about environmental and human rights awareness through art.
Charmaine Taylor is the visionary artist behind Legacy Collection. her main aim is to raise awareness for environmental and human rights concerns globally. Charmaine uses the historical Robben Island Prison Fence which was meant for causing disparity, she now turns them into symbols of hope and the power of the human spirit to overcome adversity. Charmaine Taylor ensures her range is made locally to support local businesses and also gives back to Organic farming education and sports upliftment projects. New York Times chose Legacy Collection as a top souvenir destination in Cape Town.
We provide snacks if your groups is over 5 people
We have soft drinks available for you. We also have sparking wine on request
Come experience a top ethical jewellery design studio where the designs are created from the historical fence from Robben…
This is a lovely story telling venue with gorgeous art installations and a chandelier made from the rusted metals from Robben Island. You will see how the jewellery is created and told the miracle story of the rescue of this historical fencing from Robben Island. And how far this fence has travelled since 2009.
CANTERBURY STUDIOS DIRECTIONS: 35 Wesley Street, Canterbury Studios, Unit 10, GARDENS. Ensure to put Gardens into your GPS. PARKING: Street parking in adjacent streets OR paid parking Wembley Square
Ethical historical jewellery and art