A wonderful large 11 3/4 low pottery bowl attributed to Edith Heath of Heath Ceramics fame. We have always been curious about this line after first seeing them in Jack Chipman’s California Pottery Scrapbook (page 211). We’ve now had a few pieces and having recently seen some of the pieces while on the Heath Sausalito tour, can state that they are indeed associated with Edith Heath, and likely from the 1950s-60s. They may possibly be production pottery instead of studio pottery, and produced outside the actual Heath facotry – but we haven’t seen conclusive info yet. Eggshell white matte glaze with brown speckling on the sides, and darker brown glaze on the top rim. (Color may look a little pinkish due to reflection) Lighter weight ceramic construction. Back glaze in mottled brown. We’ve seen pieces come in white, pink color or a light blue-green, with different vase or bowl forms. This one is quite scarce and desirable (have only seen this particular large bowl once). Would make a great addition for the serious Heath collector. Incised on bottom with “HEATH”, we have seen both marked and unmarked forms. In good condition with no cracks or chips. Do not really see any wear. About 11 3/4 inches wide, 3 inches tall. Please ask all questions before purchasing. Please look at the photos carefully – they are part of the description. We try hard to provide an accurate description and photos of the item. We believe that most buyers and sellers are good folks. We do not have a physical store. Changed mind on item. Most of what we sell are vintage and used items, so we cannot describe / photograph every single instance of wear. Item must be in the original condition it was when received, and must include ALL parts tags, boxes, papers, etc. The item “Rare Edith Heath Ceramics Studio Pottery White Speckled Low Bowl Mid Century Mod” is in sale since Monday, July 19, 2021. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Bowls”. The seller is “alamodernshop” and is located in Monterey Park, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Origin: California
- Production Technique: Pottery