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Heath Clay Studio

At our building in the Mission, we’re opening the doors to a new space, and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome you in.

Heath Clay Studio is open to the public, and we’ve added a gallery and shop where our handcrafted ceramics go straight from kiln to collector.

Heath Clay Studio Hours

Wednesday–Sunday 10am–5pm

Heath Clay Studio Address

555 Alabama Street San Francisco, CA 94110
Enter at the Boiler Room (just around the corner from our SF showroom entrance).
P: 415 294 0094

A New Place For Making


Studio for Creating

The Heath Clay Studio in the Boiler Room is a spacious, light-filled space for our small team of ceramicists, where we can continue to do what we’ve done for 75 years: approach our materials with curiosity, take creative risks, and follow our inspiration to new artistic horizons.


Workshop to Learn & Gather

Heath Clay Studio is a hub for the creative community to come together, learn, and celebrate each other’s works. Come see our master potters throw, join us for a conversation in craft with your favorite artists, or drop by for a workshop and make your own bud vase. This is a space for inspiration, learning, and community.

Find a Bud Vase Workshop


Gallery for Collecting

This is where we play, learn, and share. A unique place of experimentation, exploration, and inspiration. Like Edith Heath’s originals, each piece is special—Clay Studio work ranges from hand-thrown pieces to small collections of slip cast forms.

The Heath Clay Studio collection is always available online, while our Gallery in the Boiler Room offers one-of-a-kind handcrafted ceramics that go straight from kiln to collector.


Design Series

Design Series began in 2013 as a creative pursuit. With clay as his medium, Tung Chiang explores a singular subject each year that culminates in a show and sale of his work. Read about Design Series.

Clay Studio Director & Master Potter


''We use the word handmade all the time, we talk about craft a lot as well. We truly feel this is handmade, it's a small team just like old style studio, they are throwing each piece, each one has a hand expression. The design of the variation of glazes, the pieces that are slightly different from one to the other, we want to use the visual to talk about what handmade means to us.''