Edith Heath started Heath Ceramics in 1948. Her method allowed for a final product that would be durable and non-porous, yet produced using less energy. Depression-era necessity yielding beautiful, functional mid-century design that remains as appealing and functional today. Heath offers a wide variety of solid, functional, beautiful, enduring pieces still produced in their Sausalito factory. You'll find everything from dinnerware to house numbers, as well as collaborations with dwell for tile to Faribault Woolen Mill (featured earlier here) for throws, and lots more. 3 of my favorite Heath items are the Rim collection, the children's dinnerware and the amazing made to order tile. You'll also find products from the Heath Collective. Visit their site for more info on Heath Ceramics and to see more of their beautiful products.
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