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This is very exciting. Hailing from Sausalito, mid-century era ceramics company Heath Ceramics will be opening the doors to its first-ever satellite studio and store Friday, December 5 at 10am. Designed by Commune, per the release, the 5,000-square-foot space will include "the entire line of Heath Ceramics dinnerware, displayed and held in inventory, as well as new work by Adam Silverman, who will be directing the attached studio." Apropos to the celebration of its 60 years in business, the store will also showcase vintage and classic Heath dinnerware and accessories, and a visual history of the company. Also, count on merch such as David Mellor flatware, Homegaard mouth-blown glassware, and Edward Wohl wood chopping boards.
To kick things off, there will be an open house Saturday, December 6 and Sunday, December 7 from 10am-6pm, where you can meet owners Catherine Baily, Robin Petravic, and LA potter and partner Adam Silverman.
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