5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE

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5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE

5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE
Photos are descriptions- please zoom in. For sale is a lot of 5. Please note that these might be seconds as the logo is not super visible. PLEASE INSPECT ALL PHOTOS CAREFULLY as these are used and handmade items. I believe this color is called BIRCH- it is a combination of creamy/sandy /beige tones. On the photos with mugs turned upside down please note that there are a few small nicks at the bottom, as it might be expected from previously used vintage items. Wonderful timeless design, beautifully crafted, discontinued vintage Heath pottery line. Thank you for looking. The item “5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE” is in sale since Friday, December 22, 2017. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\California Pottery”. The seller is “vintagelandia” and is located in Virginia City, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Heath Ceramics
  • Model: Birch
  • Object Type: Mug
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
  • Color: Birch

5 EDITH HEATH POTTERY Ceramics BIRCH STACKING MUGS DiscontinuedVINTAGE Sand RARE

Ex. Rare 3 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952

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Ex. Rare 3 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
Ex. Rare 3 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
Ex. Rare 3 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
Ex. Rare 3 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
Ex. Rare 3 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
Ex. Rare 3 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952

Ex. Rare 3 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
These rare Japanese-Style tea bowls or tea cups are multi-function and can also serve as sauce bowls. They are experimental and were only produced for a few years and are both extremely desirable and very hard to find. Heath Ceramics had a strong Japanese influence from potters like Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada, two of the premier studio potters of the 20th Century who had a strong influence on studio ceramics, including Heath pottery from the very beginnings of Edith’s career as a pioneer potter in the Mid-Century style. Two bowls feature a classic and rare periwinkle blue-glazed exterior while one features a rare prized Mustard exterior. All three cups have Heath’s earliest speckled matte glazes and Moonstone-glazed interior. They measure 2″ H x 3.5″ W and work beautifully with standard or individual Heath teapots. The bowls are in excellent vintage condition free from chips, cracks, bruises or repairs. Each is marked with the Heath Ceramics, form number and USA. Don’t miss this opportunity to add this rare multi-color Heath Pottery Japanese-Style Tea Bowls Tea Cups to your Mid-Century Modern Studio ceramic collection. It is compatible with Danish Modern, Knoll Mid-Century interiors with furniture and other objects by Isamu Noguchi, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and other luminaries. The group complements ceramic collections by the Natzlers, Marguerite Wildenhain, Vivika and Otto Heino, who also used combed decoration on their objects, and other fine potters of the era. The item “EX. RARE 3 PIECE SET OF HEATH CERAMICS MULTI-COLORED TEA BOWLS /CUPS 1948-1952″ is in sale since Sunday, October 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\California Pottery”. The seller is “daodeqing” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Heath Ceramics
  • Model: Coupe
  • Object Type: Tea Cup
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
  • Color: Multi-Color

Ex. Rare 3 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

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EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
This was an early series of vases, covered jars and other objects designed and thrown around 1960 by Edith Heath herself. This particular vase features an engobe glaze in tan with a glazed onyx interior in dark green to black. The neck of the vase is a deep blue to green. The vase is signed with the Heath and teacup mark, which is among her earliest marks. This rare vessel is hand combed and glazed to create the feel of an earthy landscape of rolling hills and golden grasses evoking the color of California’s hillsides in Summer through early Fall. The dusty, smooth tan engobe of the neck evokes California’s deserts beneath her tawny, grassy late summer hills. The vase measures 7″ h x 7″ w and is free from chips, scratches, warping and other issues. The engobe is a subtle testament to the beauty of California’s golden light on her rolling hills. With the dark glaze in the collar evoking distant mountains. Don’t miss this opportunity to add this rare vase to your Mid-century Modern Studio ceramic collection. It is compatible with Danish Modern, Knoll Mid-Century interiors with furniture and other objects by Isamu Noguchi, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and other luminaries. The vase complements ceramic collections by the Natzlers, Marguerite Wildenhain, Vivika and Otto Heino, who also used combed decoration on their objects, and other fine potters of the era. The item “EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960″ is in sale since Sunday, October 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Studio/ Handcrafted Pottery”. The seller is “daodeqing” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.
  • Diameter: 7″
  • Type: Ceramic Vase
  • Object Type: Vase
  • Material: Stoneware
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Height: 7″
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Maker: Heath Ceramics
  • Color: Tan

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

Ex. Rare 5 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952

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Ex. Rare 5 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
Ex. Rare 5 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
Ex. Rare 5 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
Ex. Rare 5 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
Ex. Rare 5 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
Ex. Rare 5 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952

Ex. Rare 5 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952
These rare Japanese-Style tea bowls or tea cups are multi-function and can also serve as sauce bowls. They are experimental and were only produced for a few years and are both extremely desirable and very hard to find. Heath Ceramics had a strong Japanese influence from potters like Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada, two of the premier studio potters of the 20th Century who had a strong influence on studio ceramics, including Heath pottery from the very beginnings of Edith’s career as a pioneer potter in the Mid-Century style. Each bowl features a classic Onyx-glazed exterior and a different bright glazed interior. They measure 2″ H x 3.5″ W and work beautifully with standard or individual Heath teapots. The bowls are in excellent vintage condition free from chips, cracks, bruises or repairs. Each is marked with the Heath Ceramics, form number and USA. Don’t miss this opportunity to add this rare multi-color Heath Pottery Japanese-Style Tea Bowls Tea Cups to your Mid-Century Modern Studio ceramic collection. It is compatible with Danish Modern, Knoll Mid-Century interiors with furniture and other objects by Isamu Noguchi, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and other luminaries. The group complements ceramic collections by the Natzlers, Marguerite Wildenhain, Vivika and Otto Heino, who also used combed decoration on their objects, and other fine potters of the era. The item “EX. RARE 5 PIECE SET OF HEATH CERAMICS MULTI-COLORED TEA BOWLS /CUPS 1948-1952″ is in sale since Sunday, September 29, 2019. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\California Pottery”. The seller is “daodeqing” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, Canada, Japan, Australia.
  • Model: Coupe
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
  • Object Type: Tea Cup
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Brand: Heath Ceramics

Ex. Rare 5 Piece Set Of Heath Ceramics Multi-colored Tea Bowls /cups 1948-1952

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

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EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
This was an early series of vases, covered jars and other objects designed and thrown around 1960 by Edith Heath herself. This particular vase features an engobe glaze in tan with a glazed onyx interior in dark green to black. The neck of the vase is a deep blue to green. The vase is signed with the Heath and teacup mark, which is among her earliest marks. This rare vessel is hand combed and glazed to create the feel of an earthy landscape of rolling hills and golden grasses evoking the color of California’s hillsides in Summer through early Fall. The deep blue green of the neck evokes distant mountain peaks above the tawny hills of California. The vase measures 7″ h x 7″ w and is free from chips, scratches, warping and other issues. The engobe is a subtle testament to the beauty of California’s golden light on her rolling hills. With the dark glaze in the collar evoking distant mountains. Don’t miss this opportunity to add this rare vase to your Mid-century Modern Studio ceramic collection. It is compatible with Danish Modern, Knoll Mid-Century interiors with furniture and other objects by Isamu Noguchi, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and other luminaries. The vase complements ceramic collections by the Natzlers, Marguerite Wildenhain, Vivika and Otto Heino, who also used combed decoration on their objects, and other fine potters of the era. The item “EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960″ is in sale since Sunday, September 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Studio/ Handcrafted Pottery”. The seller is “daodeqing” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.
  • Diameter: 7″
  • Object Type: Vase
  • Type: Ceramic Vase
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Material: Stoneware
  • Height: 7″
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Maker: Heath Ceramics
  • Color: Tan

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

Rare Early Heath Ceramics Sea And Sand Combed Studio Vase C. 1948

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Rare Early Heath Ceramics Sea And Sand Combed Studio Vase C. 1948
Rare Early Heath Ceramics Sea And Sand Combed Studio Vase C. 1948
Rare Early Heath Ceramics Sea And Sand Combed Studio Vase C. 1948
Rare Early Heath Ceramics Sea And Sand Combed Studio Vase C. 1948

Rare Early Heath Ceramics Sea And Sand Combed Studio Vase C. 1948
RARE EARLY HEATH CERAMICS SEA & SAND COMBED STUDIO VASE C. I have seen only one other Heath Sea & Sand studio vase in my 30 years of avid collecting. T he museum-quality v ase is o f impressive size and technique, featuring a hand-combed semi-gloss and heavily speckled Sand exterior with a rich high-gloss Sea interior. The hand-combed surface and basket f orm is reminiscent of California N ative American basketry, possibl y produced for exhibition purposes. T his piece is n ot commercial Heath Ceramics dinnerware, but is a studio vase made for exhibition. In fact, this is not a commercial f orm meant for production. This is the only example of this form a nd glaze combination I have ever encountered. The vase measures 6. 5 h igh with a 7. 5 diameter at the shoulder. The vessel is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. It is signed with the early Heath & Teacup mark. The vase exhibits an incredible amount of handwork including the deeply hand- combed exterio r. S tudio vases by Heath Ceramics are extremely rare and almost never appear on the market as most of them are already in private and museum collections. This unique and important Heath Pottery vase will find favor with collectors of Studio masters such as Otto and Gertrud Natzler, Marguerite Wildenhain, Vivika and Otto Heino, Bea Wood, Glen Lukens, Antonio Prieto and Peter Voulkos. Dont miss this opportunity to acquit th is rare and important piece. As one of the earliest examples of Edith Heaths studio work, it will find favor with collectors of Studio masters such as Otto and Gertrud Natzler, Marguerite Wildenhain, Vivika and Otto Heino, Bea Wood, Glen Lukens, Antonio Prieto and Peter Voulkos. A l l s a l e s f i n a l. The item “RARE EARLY HEATH CERAMICS SEA AND SAND COMBED STUDIO VASE C. 1948″ is in sale since Sunday, June 9, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “daodeqing” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, Canada, Japan.
  • Diameter: 7.5
  • Sub-Style: American
  • Type: Vase
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Height: 6.5
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Maker: Edith Heath

Rare Early Heath Ceramics Sea And Sand Combed Studio Vase C. 1948