Sailthru in home / tuis magazine

Just a quick post today to let you know that Sailthru’s ceramics was featured in the ‘home’ \ ‘tuis’ magazine, in a beautiful home whose couple purchased our ceramics though one of the shops Sailthru supplies. Our green cabbage wear is featured on the front cover as well as on pages 16 and 17, while some … Continue reading

Tea in the garden

Spring is my favourite time of the year.  The days are warming up here on the farm, and I’m loving it! The garden is coming to life with the roses pushing out beautiful new foliage and buds starting to form.  Spring is a time to shake off winter lethargy and get stuck into new projects … Continue reading

Pretty in Pink

Today’s post is a nice bright pretty one for these dreary cold winter days.  Sailthru’s cabbage-ware is one of the most popular amongst our client base The ceramics displayed in this post showcase our cabbage-ware in pink and white. We mostly sell cabbage-ware in white and cabbage green, but this pink and white combo makes for a lovely bright … Continue reading

Range of platters

Sailthru has a gorgeous range of platters that look stunning on the dinner table when serving food during a special event.The nice thing about our platters is that there are some plain ones and also some more decorative ones, which enables one to select the perfect ones to match your Sailthru dinner-ware. First up is our French Script range, … Continue reading

Divermenti dinner-ware range

This week we are going to be looking at one of our dinner-ware ranges. I’m going to be doing different posts with our different types of dinner-ware ranges over the next few weeks/months.   This week we are going to be looking at the Divermenti range. Divermenti is a scalloped edged design, consisting of an underplate, dinner … Continue reading

Introducing Sailthru Ceramics, Staff and history.

So this is our first blog post and I wanted to centre it on the running of the factory and also on all our incredibly talented staff.  Sailthru ceramics operates out of the beautiful Loskop Valley in Limpopo South Africa. The factory is located on our family farm which was purchased nearly 40 years ago by my Gramps … Continue reading