Quintessential Cape Town - Arts and crafts at The Deckle Edge

Deckle Edge is a Cape Town based company that's in the business of stationary, art, crafts, graphics and other creative things.

CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies spoke to Deckle Edge Managing director, Pippa Dickson about their business model.

According to Dickson, the company was established by her mother in the 90's in a suburb of Rondebosch. It started as a craft shop, gift shop, collectors shop as well as a coffee shop.

The business just sort of grown naturally and organically in Cape Town, as Cape Town's creative needs grow so has the Deckle Edge.

Pippa Dickson, Managing director

The majority of suppliers at the Deckle Edge are South African and they also have a handful of international suppliers who supply unique products from overseas markets, says Dickson.

To know more about the Deckle Edge and their business model, listen below:

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