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Sugar Bowl by Heath Ceramics

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Sugar Bowl by Heath Ceramics

30.00
sold out

Headlands and Heath put their heads together to create a Headlands landscape-inspired dish set…“a gathering of pieces with a bit of a still life quality that are both functional and beautiful as display pieces. We tried to capture the colors, feel, and spirit of Headlands’ landscape and community by creating new glazes and a hand etching technique for these classic Heath shapes.”

ABOUT THE MAKER
Heath creates products of good and enduring design, where craft is intentional, creativity is mandatory, and pride and quality in manufacture are evident. Catherine Bailey and Robin Petravic are closely tied to the area, living and working in Marin. They have led the company since 2003 and oversee production of Heath’s iconic tableware and tile at the Sausalito factory, just as they have been since 1948. The company employs fifty craftspeople to produce high quality, durable pieces that blur the line between everyday objects and family heirlooms. Heath Ceramics remains among the most enduring examples of midcentury design.

Heath Ceramics Website

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Headlands and Heath put their heads together to create a Headlands landscape-inspired dish set…“a gathering of pieces with a bit of a still life quality that are both functional and beautiful as display pieces. We tried to capture the colors, feel, and spirit of Headlands’ landscape and community by creating new glazes and a hand etching technique for these classic Heath shapes.”

ABOUT THE MAKER
Heath creates products of good and enduring design, where craft is intentional, creativity is mandatory, and pride and quality in manufacture are evident. Catherine Bailey and Robin Petravic are closely tied to the area, living and working in Marin. They have led the company since 2003 and oversee production of Heath’s iconic tableware and tile at the Sausalito factory, just as they have been since 1948. The company employs fifty craftspeople to produce high quality, durable pieces that blur the line between everyday objects and family heirlooms. Heath Ceramics remains among the most enduring examples of midcentury design.

Heath Ceramics Website