TYPE: Chaco Black-on-White
DATE: A.D. 1050 to 1200 (Oppelt 2008;7)
BOWL DESIGN PLACEMENT: Primary interior designs, occasionally secondary exterior designs.
COMMON DESIGNS: Primarily fine line diagonally hatched designs. The framing lines are usually wider, or twice as "heavy" as the hatched lines.
KEY DIFFERENCES: Finer and more closely spaced hatching than Gallup. Framing lines twice as "heavy" as Gallup. Usually more complex and sophisticated designs than Gallup.
1N Chaco Black-on-White Bowl
2N Chaco Black-on-White Pitcher
3N Chaco Black-on-White Lizard Effigy Handle Pitcher.
Approximate Dimensions: 6 1/4" by 5 1/4"
4N Chaco Black-on-White Pitcher with Twisted Handle
Approximate Dimensions: 6 3/4" by 6"
5N Chaco Black-on-White Pitcher with a large indention formed in the bottom.
6Y Chaco Black-on-White Pitcher with no indentation in the bottom.
Approximate Dimensions: 7" by 6"
7Y Chaco Black-on-White Ladle with wavy hatchur and an Escavada Style handle.
Approximate Dimensions: 5" by 1 7/8"
8N Chaco Black-on-White Pitcher
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