September 30, 2023
In our 75th anniversary year, we’ve been reflecting on and have been continually inspired by Edith Heath’s creative and visionary legacy. In that time, there have been a trove of beautiful shapes and glazes that have been collected and loved by many throughout the years.
To celebrate 75 years, we’re hosting the next installment of What's That Heath, a talk and vintage show to look back on our history.
Additionally, to help you learn more about your vintage Heathware, our archivist Julie Muniz will once again be taking a 1:1 look at your collection to share more about their history.
Perhaps you've collected some pieces from thrift shops through the years, or inherited a set of dinnerware, and want to know more about which era of Heath it's from. Whether it's a special glaze, or a discontinued shape, our resident archivist Julie Muniz can help you learn more about the beautiful pieces in your life.
The two-part event will begin with a talk from Julie, as she dives into Heath’s 75-year legacy. As part of the experience, vintage pieces from our archive will be displayed for public viewing.
The second part of the event will be a first-come, first-served, open session for people to meet with Julie and learn more about their vintage Heathware.
Whether you have a treasure trove of vintage Heath, or just want to learn more about Heath, join us in celebrating 75 years!
What's That Heath, 1:1 with Julie – How It'll Work:
_ After the talk concludes, Julie will speak with folks about their vintage Heathware. No appointment is required; first-come, first-served.
_ Bring what you’re most excited to learn about. You may bring up to 3 items. (No hand thrown pieces)
Please note: This is not an appraisal event or process, and should not be treated as such. This is explicitly an opportunity to learn more about a piece; appraisal valuations will not be given.
September 30, 2023
Heath San Francisco, 2900 18th St, San Francisco, CA 94110Please note:
Due to the space, this event is standing only. A limited number of seats will be available to those who need it.
Julie Muniz is a curator and trend expert with over 20 years expertise in the home design industry. She works with heritage brands to help them collect and preserve their history for current and future generations.
Julie began working with the Brian and Edith Heath Foundation and Heath Ceramics in 2015. Since that time, she has researched and documented over 2,500 historic pieces that tell the story of Heath Ceramics from its earliest days up to today. Her work has ensured the legacy of Edith Heath will continue to inspire for years to come.