Heidi Merrick began her ready-to-wear line in 2006 with a four-piece collection she draped, patterned and sewed herself. In 2010 she launched her home goods. The influence of her father, legendary surfboard shaper Al Merrick, is evident in Merrick’s passion for craftsmanship, the ocean and clean design. A native Californian, she manufactures responsibly and locally, and lives in Silverlake with her husband Johnny and little girl Hiver.
Large Quimper serving bowl hand-painted with woman in
center surrounded by stylized flowers. Foot rim has been pierced for wall hanging, or can be set on display. Stand not included. Maker's mark on underside. One small rim chip, three glaze ...
Antique cherub porcelain bowl depicting a crown monogram
with gilt laurel leaf motif flanked by two hand-painted cherub figures. Perimeter is adorned with gilt grape leaf motif. Marked: "S37, Chateau Des Tuileries" and "Sèvres 1844" with same crown monogram on ...
Pair of antique Haviland & Co serving bowls
hand-painted with wild flowers and roses in the center and decorated with gold edging. Made in Limoges, France by David Haviland & Company. The mark "H&Co L France" underneath dates the dishes ...