Next in size, these truly single-serving bowls are everyday essentials. They love cereal, but don’t stop there. Also dips, chips, snacks, salads, soups, even sides, and for sharing.
Coupe Cereal Bowl: With understated functionality and perfect proportions, this everyday bowl’s capacity lies in its width, over depth.
Rim Cereal: With depth, excellent stackability, and a stand-out design, these versatile vessels are an everyday favorite.
Plaza Cereal: The same size, shape, and proportion as the Rim Cereal Bowl, just without the rim!
One of two bowls available in our Coupe line, designed in the 1960s. Boasting the clean, simple lines that have become a hallmark of the iconic collection, it's the perfect complement to your Heath place setting. Use it for cereal and salad but don't stop there — we're sure you'll find a reason to use it every day.
Expect lovely variation in our Moonstone and Redwood glazes.
Our smallest and mightiest bowls hold less portions, with no less potential. For children, food prep, condiments, olives, cornichons, dollops of anything, and ice cream, ice cream, ice cream.
Cafe Bowl: Part bowl, part trophy. There’s no limit to these medium-to-small vessels, in uses and presentation. Hold beauty in your hands, be it a latte or yogurt.
Coupe Dessert: Understated versatility, with its wide, yet shallow, capacity. Its exquisite design allows for more versatility than it first appears.
Rim Dessert: We scream for ice cream! This bowl gets a lot of ice cream votes. Also oatmeal, small dips, chutneys, nuts, and our smallest diners.
Plaza Dessert: The same size, shape, and proportion as the Rim Cereal Bowl, just without the rim!
Designed in collaboration with Christina Kim and Alice Waters, our Café Bowl was designed exclusively for Alice Waters' Chez Panisse restaurant in 2006. This line takes cues from classic French porcelain restaurant ware, with a Heath twist. A perfect bowl for everyday use. We recommend trying it for your latte, too. A portion of the proceeds are donated to the Edible Schoolyard Project, whose mission is to provide a free, sustainable school lunch for students K–12 in public schools throughout the country.