You have until the end of this week to catch the fascinating Dinner for 101 exhibition on view at the Castle of Good Hope.
The installation features the latest handmade and locally created tableware and centerpieces and is a must see for anyone interested in interiors and design.
Ceramic artists from across South Africa were invited to participate and the installation features the work of Ardmore, Ceramic Matters, Zizamele Ceramics and many others.
The visual feast of both traditional and avant-garde table ware takes place until Sunday March 17 in The Lady Anne Barnard banqueting hall which features a grand table able to seat 101 guests.
After that swing by the Fired exhibition which is a permanent exhibition in the Granary showcasing South African ceramics from the Iziko Social History Collections.
Fired recently received the Best New Museum Project award for 2012-2013 from the Western Cape Provincial Government.
* Dinner for 101 and Fired are open daily from 9.30am to 3.30pm.