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Maker Stories

At Heath, we love finding products we believe in—from how they're made to who makes them. Sometimes, the stories are too good to keep to ourselves. We'll share them with you here.

Jewelry at Heath

It's more than a gift.

Jewelry at Heath

Alabama Chanin

Color, texture, and hand-etched pattern

Alabama Chanin

Julia Turner Jewelry

Made in San Francisco, CA

Julia Turner Jewelry

Libeco

Linens: Made in Belgium

Libeco

Ladies & Gentlemen Studio

Made in Seattle, WA

Ladies & Gentlemen Studio

Tanner Goods

Leather and canvas goods: Made in Portland, OR

Tanner Goods

House Industries

Type foundry and design: Made in Yorklyn, DE

House Industries

Armadillo&Co

Beauty at your feet

Armadillo&Co

Garza Marfa

Furniture and textiles: Made in Marfa, TX

Garza Marfa

2015 Winter Seasonal

The inspiration, the process, and the results

2015 Winter Seasonal

Candleholder Tray

Black walnut trays: Made in Redwood City, CA

Candleholder Tray

Sugahara

Made in Japan since 1932

Sugahara

David Mellor

Flatware: Made in Sheffield, England

David Mellor

Àplat Totes

Made in San Francisco, CA

Àplat Totes

Kirsten Muenster

Heirloom jewelry: Made in San Francisco, CA

Kirsten Muenster

Jacob May Design

Handcrafted woodworking: Made in Oakland, CA

Jacob May Design

Modern Hurricanes

Made in Northern California

Modern Hurricanes

Galbraith & Paul

Block-printed textiles: Made in Philadelphia, PA

Galbraith & Paul

Uncle Goose

Made in Grand Rapids, MI

Uncle Goose

Brendan Monroe

Ceramic sculptures: Made in Los Angeles, CA

Brendan Monroe

Heath Seasonal Collection

2014 Spring & Summer: Made in Sausalito, CA

Heath Seasonal Collection

Skinny laMinx

Colorful textiles: Made in Cape Town, South Africa

Skinny laMinx

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