Heath Ceramics continues as one of California’s last remaining mid-century era potteries, compared to several hundred which once operated in the state. It continues to produce and sell handcrafted dinnerware and tiles at its original Sausalito factory location. In 2003, industrial designer Catherine Bailey and her husband mechanical engineer Robin Petravic bought Heath Ceramics when Edith and Brian Heath could no longer run the company. The new owners continue to revitalize Heath’s original designs with new ideas and by engaging talented artists and designers, while maintaining Heath’s design tradition.

A New Book on Edith Heath Illuminates the Life and Legacy of the Visionary Ceramicist
Peek inside the forthcoming title “Edith Heath: Philosophies,” which gives vivid shape to the woman behind the company and the...
Pack Your Bags for Heath Ceramics’ Lake Tahoe Cabin, Where Refined Doesn’t Mean Fussy
Heath Ceramics pays tribute to the extraordinary vision of founder Edith Heath with a cozy, rentable cabin that puts the brand’s...
Porsche and Heath Ceramics Talk Timeless Design in a New Video
Porsche visits the studio of legendary American maker Heath Ceramics to discuss what makes its pottery so enduring.