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Heath Ceramics Stack Mugs (4) Sea & Sand Pottery RARE For Sale


Heath Ceramics Stack Mugs (4) Sea & Sand Pottery RARE



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Heath Ceramics Stack Mugs (4) Sea & Sand Pottery RARE:
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For sale are 4 (four) Stack Mugs / Coffee Cups, made by Heath Ceramics of Sausalito, CA.The most beautiful Sea and Sand color I have. I could never find any more that looked like this.Description
Size: 3" Dia x 3 1/4" Tall
Glaze: Sea and Sand beautiful
Condition: Good-Very Good
Manufacture Date: 60s-70sThe Stack Mug is available in the Rim line - designed in the 1960s. Functional, great for stacking and a wonderful complement to your Rim table setting. Microwave, dishwasher and oven selling the Heath Ceramics Sea and Sand "motherlode." These dishes were collected over many years and were made at different dates over the years. The Heath signatures have changed throughout their history and I'll try to indicate which ones are older to help date the pieces.I was tempted to list everything as one big listing, but thought I would spread them around. Although, for the right offer I may be tempted to do a Buy it Now for the entire collection.I will be listing over the next few days.I always combine shipping.


Heath Ceramics History
Edith Heath (1911-2005) founded Heath Ceramics in the mid-forties when, following her one-woman show at San Francisco's Palace of the Legion of Honor, her pieces were picked up for sale at Gump’s of San Francisco. For the past half-century, Edith's life was dedicated to the craft of ceramics and the skill of the artisan. This passion, along with the legacy of her work in stoneware clay body and glaze development, gives Heath its unique place in ceramics today. As a result of Edith’s timeless and unique design sense – many of her pieces live in the permanent collections of museums such as the MOMA in New York City.


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