In California since 1948: designing, making, and selling goods of timeless design and uncompromising integrity—made thoughtfully, honestly, and with pride—to be enjoyed with similar intention.
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What began as a small-scale pottery in 1948, with Edith & Brian Heath, has evolved into a pure and simple way of life and business, that shares one creative heart, and many forms of expression. Heath is an American maker of goods for your home — led by husband and wife, Robin & Cathy — who are shaping the relationship we have to the things we own, and the way we come to own them.
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A Visible Touch
of the Hand
Transparent and honest, with nothing to hide, and everything to celebrate — we make products, in our community. In a human-scale factory, blending hand and machine. Human-scale means we’re grounded and relatable, neither too big nor too small. It means we celebrate process, material, and the people and places behind the products we make. This reminds us that we’re human. And maintaining humanity means a great deal to us.
Making & Gathering
Does it make you happy? Is it made well? Will it be part of your life for years to come? A resounding yes to all sheds light on the true value of our products. No matter their material or maker, all give the distinct message that we are rooted in designing and making, quality craftsmanship. timelessness, and purely good design.
Vision & Values
Design and make. Show and tell. Be resourceful. Honest. Responsible. Go direct. Use your hands. Mix old and new. Start small. Be human. Grow slowly. Provide jobs. Feed the environment. The community. Preserve craft. Honor the hand. Celebrate process and materials. Allow them to drive the making of simple, beautiful objects.Watch the Video
Edith & Brian Heath start Heath Ceramics
Coupe Collection created
The original Heath Sausalito factory is built
Heath begins making tile
Robin and Cathy re-launch Heath Ceramics
Chez Panisse Collection created
Heath Los Angeles Studio and Store opens
Heath SF urban manufacturing facility opens