TYPE: Rincon White-on-Red

DATE: A.D. 950 – 1125

COMMON FORMS: Jars or ollas, possibly cauldrons, and unique stirrup-spout canteen featured as the frontispiece in Wallace 1995, Part I.

KEY DIFFERENCES: White designs on Rincon Red.

SLIP OR SURFACE TREATMENT: Red slipped.

TEMPER: Slightly micaceous (very fine) and white particles.

COMMENTS: Dates are believed to be the same as Rincon Red-on-Brown, previously described as a Rincon Polychrome Bichrome Variant (Wallace, 1995;336-342).

 

1N Rincon White-on-Red olla or cauldron shard.

This shard has two dots and part of a third in a circular pattern.

Approximate Dimensions: 2 3/4" by 1 5/8"

 

 

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