Turn on your senses. With over thirty glazes, across three finish categories, the possibilities for your Heath collection run deep. Find your style, your needs, and which textures appeal to your quirks.
A contemporary look with a textured feel. Matte glazes exude a quiet, moody aura that serve well as a backdrop to the food that's plated. Matte glazes include: Sorrel, Fennel, Sage, Sand, Cocoa, Fawn, Slate, Indigo, Cool Lava, Wildflower, Zinc*, Bluejay*, Avocado*, Poppy*.
Matte glazes: Sensitive to texture? These have a drier surface.
Soft, often smooth-to-the-touch, semi-matte glazes catch the light and reflect it back, just enough. Found on both brown and white clay in the
Semi-matte glazes include: Onyx, Redwood, Aqua, Chocolate Brown, Teal, Rosemary, Sea Mist, Linen*, Olive*, Persimmon*, Pumpkin*, Shadow*, Salt*, Olive*, Agave*
Semi-matte glazes: Not as textural as matte, not as reflective as glossy.
Two-tone combinations layered on a single piece offer the pop you crave. With differing inside and outside glazes, textures vary, too. Found on both brown and white clay. Dual glazes combinations include: Aqua/Turquoise, Indigo/Slate, Cocoa/Fawn, Aqua/Chocolate Brown, Yuzu/Fawn, Night Sky/Indigo, Teal/Sand, Rosemary/Sage, Aloe/Rosemary*, Persimmon/Pumpkin*, Salt/Shadow*, Avocado/Olive*, Agave/Rosemary*, Ocean/Salt*, Aloe/Vine*.
Dual glazes: Mostly on bowls in the Coupe Line. Always with a wiped edge.
A polished presentation that leans traditional, even utilitarian. Found on both brown and white clay, with and without a wiped edge, in the
Glossy glazes include: Levain, Tartine Teal, Moonstone, Opaque White, Night Sky, Yuzu, Lagoon, Aloe*, Ocean*, Vine*, Cedar*, Sorbet*, Jicama*, Cosmos*, Aloe*,
Glossy glazes: When paired with a glossy glaze, the wiped edge adds contrast and earthiness.
Ready to put your finish knowledge to work? Build your own mix and match Dinnerware Set that celebrates texture.
*All glazes marked with an asterisk are no longer in production. Read about it