70 colours inspired by the people, places,
landscapes, urban landmarks and cultural icons that define South African style.
Yes. It’s back! We exported this discontinued South African palette to the Netherlands. They took Amsterdam by storm. So much so that we decided to refine the collection and bring it back to good old SA. We’re pleased and proud to have our now world famous Heritage colours back home.
Pierre Cronje Showroom
70 Colours inspired by the people, places, landscapes, urban landmarks and cultural icons that define South African style. Heritage Colours
St James White in Heritage Colours
Little old white cottages. Big old white sharks. Train tracks in between. White weddings every Saturday in the stone church between the mountain, the sky and the sea.
Surfer’s Corner: Heritage Colours
It’s warmer this side, in False Bay. None of that icy water that bites your bones. Sharks? What sharks? Where? OK. Let’s go catch a wave and a samoosa from the Majestic Cafe. And pick up some wax from Corner Surf
On the Atlantic side it’s cold, on Indian side it’s warm. Somewhere in the middle, it must be perfect. Just don’t let the baboons jump into your car.
At night, zoo lions groan. Do they mourn the bushveld? Do they not know they sleep on prime real estate? Can’t they smell the Pimm’s.
Fugard’s Tearoom: Heritage Colours
Remember bulls eyes and scones and crème soda floats? Yes you do. It’s all coming back. Master Harold and the Boys were there.
Orange you glad it’s this big and cheeky? Don’t you just love how the Sixties came and slapped the Fifties in the face? Dancers and thespians, The Baxter is Cape Town’s tribute to you.
No milk, thank you. No sugar. He is not an English lady. And he thinks Western Civilization is an excellent idea. He lived in Durbs once, you know. He did South Africa proud.
Miriam Makeba’s voice was like creamed honey.
Okay alright then, it was like double chocolate malt.
There was only one Mama Afrika.
Remember tunes like Manenbergm, anthem of a liberation struggle?
Abdullah Ibrahim made it kwaai. A deep red kind of kwaai.