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Heath Make Good Market December 9–10, 2017

in Heath SF

Join us for our very first Make Good Market! Grab a friend or two, step inside our factory, and shop from over 25 of our designer/maker friends (including the Heath Sews Studio and Heath Clay Studio). We’ve brought together some of the most interesting, beautiful, and original gifts, from jewelry to jams.

You’ll also see a show and tell of the making process: from woodworking to leather painting to candy-making to throwing and sewing. Wander over to the Viewing Court where Tartine Manufactory and a handful of our favorites-in-food will gather with nibbles ready to gift (and, let’s be honest, snack on the spot). Celebrate a community of makers, whether a small single-person studio or a local factory like ours.

San Francisco Factory & Showroom

2900 18th Street, CA 94110
415 361 5552 x13


Dates and Times

Saturday, December 9 10 – 5 pm

Sunday, December 10 10 – 3 pm


Aesthetic Union – A letterpress print shop in the Heath SF building specializing in custom work and original editions. Art prints, holiday cards, and more.

Aplat – Totes and storage for food made from a variety of carefully sourced textiles, with an emphasis in minimal waste.

AVO – AVO’s signature “Painted Plains” collection of hand-dyed cowhides plays with the juxtaposition between material, shape and pattern.

Block Shop – Los Angeles-based textile company that marries the traditional Indian hand-block printing process with a modern California aesthetic.

Cathy Callahan – Goods inspired by textile artists of the 60s and 70s as well as Japanese and Scandinavian craft and design.

De Jong and Co. – Family firm making well-crafted furniture, home goods, and interior design. All goods made by hand in Los Angeles.

Destination Fragrances – Fragrances and candles made with essential oils, inspired by San Francisco neighborhoods and locations.

Edward Wohl – Liquid-smooth wood pieces, from benches to bird's-eye maple cutting boards. Traveling from Wisconsin, and bringing a wood burning tool to offer custom inscriptions.

Etta & Billie – The world of natural body care with a unique approach to the ingredients.

Future Glory – Socially-conscious maker of handcrafted leather bags and accessories. Minimalist design and effortless drama.

Heath Clay Studio – Heath’s place for experimentation, exploration, and inspiration. Where we evolve our shapes, glazes, design, and making processes. See a live vessel throwing demo.

Heath Sews – Our in-house soft-goods design and production studio just upstairs from our Tile Factory at Heath SF. Offering a chance to make your own custom Block Pouch.

Jacob May – Simple and elegant furniture and accessories by Oakland-based woodworker and designer Dave Ball.

Jose Regueiro – Hand-made goods for the modern home, from gourmet kitchen cutting boards to furniture.

June Taylor – Marmalades, conserves, and syrups from heirloom and forgotten fruits, working with small family farms.

Julia Turner – Artist and jeweler making graphic and sculptural pieces that are strong yet subtle. Handcrafted in her studio space at Heath SF.

Kirsten Muenster – Handmade, one-of-a-kind modern heirlooms, organic in nature, elegant in conception and season-less in style.

La Fleuriste – SF-based florist providing beautiful arrangements for our Newsstand and showrooms; offering wreaths just for the holidays.

Liz Oppenheim – Maker of organic jewelry in gold and silver using a traditional Japanese hand-sculpting technique. Studio based in Heath SF.

Small Trade Company – Another Heath SF-based studio and maker of beautiful textiles, with collaborations from near and far.

Mr. Merz – Textiles and tapestry — towels, robes and blankets — infused with rich, cultural heritage.

Nancy Pearce – Los Angeles-based artist creating trophies of the mundane, elevated everyday items into sculptural forms cast in bronze.

Peace Industry – Designer, producer, and retailer of Iran-made felt area rugs, choobs, and baskets.

Sabah – Leather shoes designed with a family of craftsmen in southeast Turkey.

Silvia Song – Bay Area artist and designer devoted to discovering forms in function and beauty through simplicity.

Studiopatro – Precise graphics on premium linen screen-printed with eco-friendly inks.

Studio Prepa – Two-person workshop with roots in Japan that designs and produces beautiful handmade glassware.

Willow Ship – Run by Blake Kahan, the one-woman show behind a line of hand-crafted, block-printed linen homewares.

Yellow Owl Workshop – Rubber stamps and stamp ink pads, greeting cards and a line of exquisite gold pendants with attention to detail, ecological awareness and premium U.S. made materials.




Del Popolo – Mobile pizzeria creating Neapolitan-inspired pies from a glass-enclosed shipping container on a freightliner truck. Yum!

Juiceshop – Pressed juice by an inspiring family-owned business committed to holistic health and happiness.

Little Apple Treats – Creators of apple cider, caramels, granolas, and other treats, supporting small-scale agriculture.

Quin – Jami Curl’s fun imagination coupled with top-notch, local ingredients. See how her candy and treats are made.

RAFT Syrups – Syrups made with all-natural, handcrafted ingredients for the perfect cocktail.

Tartine Manufactory – Artisan bread, pastries, and so much more. Special treats available just for the holidays.

Urban Bee SF – Sample our Heath rooftop honey, a Good Food Awards Finalist! Terry Oxford keeps sustainable, chemical-free beehives on several San Francisco restaurant and business rooftops. Her bees source clean, Neonicotinoid pesticide-free nectar from San Francisco’s Street Tree Flowers.



Special Thanks
To KQED for their support and outreach for the Heath Make Good Market. A Heath SF neighbor with a passion for public service, KQED serves the people of Northern California with a community-supported alternative to commercial media.


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