Cult Tableware Fave Heath Ceramics' Winter Collection Is Perfection

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Heath Ceramics, known for its handmade pottery including dinnerware and vases, is getting ready for a big update this fall. The company at the forefront of the handmade ceramics movement will be updating its Muir flatware collection, launching its biannual seasonal collection, and debuting its newest Classic Red collection.

The winter seasonal collection, available now through March 31, includes an assortment of tableware in limited-edition glazes, custom-colored textiles, and collaborations with fellow designers. For the collection, Heath is reintroducing its Sea and Sand glazing technique, first debuted by Edith Heath in 1949. The colors used in the collection are a throwback to vintage Heath colors like Penny Green, a subdued yet warm and subtly speckled green. Other colors include Zinc, a smooth, dark charcoal grey; Stillwater, a vibrant blue with a hint of green; and Sand, a neutral glaze.

Here are a few of our favorites from the new winter collection. We'll also be keeping an eye out for the limited-edition Classic Red collection, dropping November 1.

1. Muir Flatware Setting in Onyx, $98

2. Dessert Bowl in Sand/Stillwater, $27

3. Bud Vase Set, $84

4. Luisa Vino Glass in Sand, $53

5. Cocktail Set, $380

6. Salad Set, $421

7. Chalk Napkins with Purl Stitch (set of two), $60

8. Deep Serving Bowl in Sea and Sand, $120

Laura is a New York City-based freelance writer who writes about travel, food, and design. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, GQ, Condé Nast Traveler, and more. She's a sucker for a good curbside furniture find.

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