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2017 Gift Guide: Catherine Bailey

The brains behind some of the most covetable ceramics in the business.


The Giver: Catherine Bailey, Co-Owner, Heath Ceramics.
She’s the brains behind some of the most covetable ceramics in the business (and more).

Words of Wisdom: “Your wrapping is part of what makes your gift memorable. Try making your own wrapping paper with some Little Owl Workshop stamps. It’s quick and hard to mess up.” Heath Ceramics, multiple locations.

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For: My best girlfriend.
Ett Hem, a scent designed for the Swedish hotel$374 at

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For: My friend the amateur designer.
House Industries book$50, Green Apple Books,

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For: My friend who already has all of the beautiful things.
Rupi Nesting Bowl by Jaimal Odedra, $1,200 at

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For: My stylish and crafty college friend.
Anna's Garden Swing Skirt DIY Kit$188 at

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For: My hardworking partner.
Heath + Stein Supply Bag$375, Heath Ceramics

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For: The client who has made my year.
Deep Serving Bowl in Cascade, $120, Heath Ceramics

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For: My kid's teacher
The Heath Candle$38, Heath Ceramics

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For: My very punctual aunt.
Stencil Clock, $350, Heath Ceramics

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Check out the gifts in the slideshow above, and read more with the links below.

Catherine Bailey, co-owner, Heath Ceramics
David Barzelay, chef and co-owner, Lazy Bear
Emily Holt, owner, Hero Shop
George Revel, owner, Lost Coast Outfitters
Ray Signorello Jr., owner, Signorello Estate
Sherri McMullen, owner, McMullen Boutique
Lisa Wong Jackson and Lisa Fontaine, owners, Morningtide
Natalie Bowen Brookeshire, owner, Natalie Bowen Designs
Jay Jeffers and Michael Purdy, interior designer (Jeffers) and co-owners, Jay Jeffers—The Store


Originally published in the December issue of San Francisco

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