Things We Love…

From time to time we will present you with work from companies we think are doing great things. Lately, we are swooning at how well our new collections go with Heath Ceramics’ collections. We applaud their authenticity and the artisanship of this company. Heath Ceramics is one of our favorites, and we use them often when creating displays – all of the colors are stunning and create a lovely picture.

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Heath Ceramics’ Shallow Salad Bowl in Suede Red beautifully accents our new Spring collections.

We’re also impressed by Heath Ceramics’ story, which is similar to Libeco Lagae… beautiful products created with respect for the environment. Heath Ceramics was founded in 1948 by renowned ceramicist, Edith Heath. Today, their creations are featured in homes, restaurants and museums the world over. The Heath Ceramics “name is synonymous with simple, functional and thoughtfully designed tableware and tile. Many of Edith’s original pieces live in the permanent collections of museums such as the MOMA and LACMA,” from the Heath Ceramics website.

“Edith’s social and environmental points of view were clear—create simple, good things for good people.”

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Our Spring collections complement Heath Ceramics’ muti-stem vase in Aqua, and bud vase in Lemon.

Just as Libeco Lagae products are still produced in the same location founded 150 years ago, all of Heath Ceramics tableware and tiles are created in their original factory in Sausalito, California.

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You can find more information about Heath Ceramics, here. Tell us what you think.

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