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Heath 10: A Date, A Moment, A Design
With Edith’s bud vase as inspiration, Heath introduces a line of new vase shapes. The classic bud vase shape, one of the first vessels designed by Edith Heath for production, was the inspiration for a collection of Heath vase shapes that we introduced in 2007. Crafted in the same way that we shape, mold and fire our dinnerware, the new vases added a new dimension to the pieces we were producing. Since then, they’ve become highlights in our seasonal collections. The shapes and versatility lend themselves to experimentation, and so each season we share new techniques and glazes on various vase shapes. It’s become a really fun way to expand upon the permanent collection and these are often pieces our customers tell us they collect and build upon. #heath10 
- Cathy 
(Photo 4 courtesy Aya Brackett.)
Heath 10: A Date, A Moment, A Design
With Edith’s bud vase as inspiration, Heath introduces a line of new vase shapes. The classic bud vase shape, one of the first vessels designed by Edith Heath for production, was the inspiration for a collection of Heath vase shapes that we introduced in 2007. Crafted in the same way that we shape, mold and fire our dinnerware, the new vases added a new dimension to the pieces we were producing. Since then, they’ve become highlights in our seasonal collections. The shapes and versatility lend themselves to experimentation, and so each season we share new techniques and glazes on various vase shapes. It’s become a really fun way to expand upon the permanent collection and these are often pieces our customers tell us they collect and build upon. #heath10 
- Cathy 
(Photo 4 courtesy Aya Brackett.)
Heath 10: A Date, A Moment, A Design
With Edith’s bud vase as inspiration, Heath introduces a line of new vase shapes. The classic bud vase shape, one of the first vessels designed by Edith Heath for production, was the inspiration for a collection of Heath vase shapes that we introduced in 2007. Crafted in the same way that we shape, mold and fire our dinnerware, the new vases added a new dimension to the pieces we were producing. Since then, they’ve become highlights in our seasonal collections. The shapes and versatility lend themselves to experimentation, and so each season we share new techniques and glazes on various vase shapes. It’s become a really fun way to expand upon the permanent collection and these are often pieces our customers tell us they collect and build upon. #heath10 
- Cathy 
(Photo 4 courtesy Aya Brackett.)
Heath 10: A Date, A Moment, A Design
With Edith’s bud vase as inspiration, Heath introduces a line of new vase shapes. The classic bud vase shape, one of the first vessels designed by Edith Heath for production, was the inspiration for a collection of Heath vase shapes that we introduced in 2007. Crafted in the same way that we shape, mold and fire our dinnerware, the new vases added a new dimension to the pieces we were producing. Since then, they’ve become highlights in our seasonal collections. The shapes and versatility lend themselves to experimentation, and so each season we share new techniques and glazes on various vase shapes. It’s become a really fun way to expand upon the permanent collection and these are often pieces our customers tell us they collect and build upon. #heath10 
- Cathy 
(Photo 4 courtesy Aya Brackett.)
Heath 10: A Date, A Moment, A Design
With Edith’s bud vase as inspiration, Heath introduces a line of new vase shapes. The classic bud vase shape, one of the first vessels designed by Edith Heath for production, was the inspiration for a collection of Heath vase shapes that we introduced in 2007. Crafted in the same way that we shape, mold and fire our dinnerware, the new vases added a new dimension to the pieces we were producing. Since then, they’ve become highlights in our seasonal collections. The shapes and versatility lend themselves to experimentation, and so each season we share new techniques and glazes on various vase shapes. It’s become a really fun way to expand upon the permanent collection and these are often pieces our customers tell us they collect and build upon. #heath10 
- Cathy 
(Photo 4 courtesy Aya Brackett.)

Heath 10: A Date, A Moment, A Design

With Edith’s bud vase as inspiration, Heath introduces a line of new vase shapes. The classic bud vase shape, one of the first vessels designed by Edith Heath for production, was the inspiration for a collection of Heath vase shapes that we introduced in 2007. Crafted in the same way that we shape, mold and fire our dinnerware, the new vases added a new dimension to the pieces we were producing. Since then, they’ve become highlights in our seasonal collections. The shapes and versatility lend themselves to experimentation, and so each season we share new techniques and glazes on various vase shapes. It’s become a really fun way to expand upon the permanent collection and these are often pieces our customers tell us they collect and build upon. #heath10 

- Cathy 

(Photo 4 courtesy Aya Brackett.)

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