RINCON FUGITIVE POLYCHROME
TYPE: Rincon Fugitive Polychrome
DATE: A.D. 950 - 1125 (Wallace 2003;22)
COMMON BACKGROUND COLOR: Brown.
COMMENTS: Rincon Fugitive Polychrome is simply Rincon Red-on-Brown with the addition of fugitive red paint. This type has not been formally recognized. Dates are believed to be the same as Rincon Red-on-Brown.
1N Hohokam Rincon Fugitive Polychrome Censer.
This censer is painted with fired-on purple hematite paint, with a design of interlocking scrolls, solid triangles, dots, and a lower framing line painted on the body. The top of the rim has the same fired-on paint, with a line ticked on both sides. The fugitive red ochre paint was applied over the top of the rim design, as well as wide vertical lines covering parts of the design on the body, resulting in a polychrome decoration.
Approximate Dimensions: 3 1/4" or 8.3cm by 2 1/4" or 5.5cm.
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