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The Great Dinnerware Exchange at Heath Ceramics

Home_plate_evite2_7.23.12For the month of August, Heath Los Angeles is offering an irresistible deal: Bring in your tired old dinnerware and get 25% off on the equivalent piece of Heathware. So if you’ve had your eye on a cobalt blue cereal bowl ($28) or a cardoon soup bowl from the Chez Panisse collection ($37), now is the time.

Here’s the way it works: Bring in 10 of your lightly used dinner plates and receive 25% off 10 new Heath dinner plates. Bring in eight mugs and get 25% off eight new Heath mugs, and so on.

What happens to your old plates and bowls? They’re donated to the Skid Row Housing Trust, which develops, manages and operates homes for the homeless of Los Angeles. A formerly homeless person and/or family will be set up with what they need for their kitchen.

Heath Los Angeles Studio & Showroom, 7525 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, California
(323) 965-0800; www.heathceramics.com.

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-- S. Irene Virbila
Twitter.com/sirenevirbila

Image: Courtesy of Heath Ceramics

 

 
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