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A little off beaten path but a fine place to see and purchase ceramic food ware.
Alway muddy parking lot and something’s different to park as the industrial park is humming along. Try weekend.
Look for sales in late November.
When we have the opportunity to go to Sausalito, we try to fit in a visit to Heath ceramics. It is both show room and factory in one location, so one can see directly how the pieces are made. We have stocked our shelves with...More
We were looking for new dishes and decided to splurge on Heath. We were visiting sf from Oregon and it was a nice half hour ride to their outlet in Sausalito. They have stacks of second quality items at 30% off. The flaws are mostly...More
I've been a fan of Heath Ceramics for years...but they are too expensive for me. Such beautiful pieces. Their tiles are so unique, their good taste shows in the other merchandise they sell. Love all of it.
A couple times a year they hold sale on firsts and seconds at this location. November and May.
Long line but worth it for these rather expensive products.
We go early first day, wait in line, move around quickly and head for the register line....More
Heath ceramics are beautiful, and never cheap. On the other hand, I've been collecting their small bud vase for years and, at $19 to $25 apiece, they won't break me. Weck glass vessels and storage are great too. Best of all, I got free shipping...More
I have been visiting Health Ceramics for many years. They make beautiful pottery. If you've never been to working pottery you might find this interesting. The tour is free. This is a treasure of Sausalito!!
My wife and I were on an extended stay in Sausalito and were looking for a morning activity near our apartment. I had been told of the tour of the Heath Ceramics factory in Sausalito by the staff at their stall in the Ferry Building....More
This tour is free, and takes visitors through the factory to see how clay is made into all sorts of ceramic pieces. We watched people at work in their various stations. The guide was friendly and knowledgeable.
The factory store sells first, second, and third...More
Lovely bright and muted colors. Great canvas bags, framed art and items for children in addition to the high-quality pottery. I love going in just to see all the beautiful colors. I hope to make it back for a tour soon. If you want to...More