Collection by Jessie Philipp

Heath Obsession

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a combination of behind-the-scenes Heath moments from a former employee and Heath editorial coverage from a current Dwell employee

A cart full of recycled clay.
Like an archaeological site, remains of stoneware can be found in the recycled clay from the Sausalito factory.
Heath’s Sausalito factory was purpose-built for Edith Heath.
Edith Heath, ca. 1930 / unidentified photographer. Miscellaneous photographs collection, .
Edith Heath ceramic teapot "sea and sand" pattern, 1940s.
The Heath tiles in the bathroom were hand-selected from boxes of factory seconds.
Edith Heath, Oval tile, 1960s.
Dwell Patterns with Heath Ceramics
Dwell and Sausalito–based Heath Ceramics have more than a few things in common. We're both design-focused Bay Area companies.
Clock by Roger Herman, $850.
Clock by Tung Chiang, $550 for series of four.
Clock by Natalie Chanin, $1200.
purchases some Heath vases this weekend for table arrangements at my wedding ceremony &...
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