A beautiful small studio pottery stoneware geode bowl produced at the Chouinard Art Institute in the 1950s-60s, likelyl by the Heinos. A flattened rim bowl with alluring teal green-blue glaze in the center. Rough stoneware construction glaze brown with some beige. Incised on bottom with a "c" enclosed in a vase/pot mark that was used at Chouinard. We have another Chouinard piece listed that has some history about this mark.
In good vintage condition, with no major damage. There are 3-4 small flake chips on the rim, and what appear to be crazing or hairline cracking near them. See last 2 photos for example. It is hard to tell - as this appears to be a press molded or hand-formed piece there is some inherent seams or fissures and I believe some of the cracking happened during manufacturing. It will display fine regardless.
Measures about 5 1/8" widest, 1 3/8" tall.