Vasefinder'seB AY Auctions Vasefinder is your online source for the American Studio Pottery Movement. We are bringing it on!!! Pots, Art and other great collectibles Historical information : Up for auction, this amazing Mingei decorated charger or low bowl listed with no reserve. Per the Vasefinder Museum, Eric Norstad received a degree in architecture from the University of Oregon, w he was a student of Victoria Avakian Ross. He is best known for his functional wares which were produced from his Corte Madera, California, studio. He exhibited at the Syracuse Nationals in 1954, 1962, 1964 and 1966. This amazing executed stoneware charger has a decoration of fish with the use of tenmoku and cobalt glazes. This pot is sure to complement your Shoji Hamada, Bernard Leach or Byron Temple outstanding collections of stoneware. This pot is signed Norstad, as shown. Vasefinder is 10000 pages and counting and thousands of photographs---and yes, home of the Vasefinder Nationals! Any red glare or reflections you see are strictly the camera and lighting. Dimensions : This fine item has a maximum diameter of 14 inches with a height of 2.25 inches---just a whopper of a form. Condition : We go to the nth degree to represent an accurate condition census. I do not detect any post-factory chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs. This pot is one hundred percent original and shows minimal use. All in all, this beautiful item is in excellent collector condition with a pleasing ringing resonance. Shipping: All items are shipped via Priority Mail. We take every precaution for safe shipping. Winner of the auction is responsible for all shipping costs. All insurance monies remitted are paid to the US Postal Service. Payment : We accept Paypal(confirmed addresses only), personal check or money order. Payment is due within 10 days of close of auction. All international payments must be made via Paypal---no exceptions. Terms of sale : This is an estate as-is auction--all sales final.