TYPE: Cascabel Red-on-Brown

DATE: A.D. 700 to 900 (Tuthill, 1947;64)


COMMON DESIGNS: Simple broadline designs as well as combinations of fine lines and solids often with a large central star motif, exteriors usually have a partial or complete red slip.

VARIETIES: Non-slipped, partially red slipped, and red slipped exteriors.

COMMENTS: This type seems to represent two design styles of other Mogollon types: Dos Cabezas Red-on-Brown, and Galiuro Red-on-Brown.





1Y Cascabel Red-on-Brown Shallow Bowl without a red slipped exterior.

Approximate Dimensions: 9 3/4" by 2 3/4"



2N Cascabel Red-on-Brown Shallow Bowl with an exterior red slip

and extra polishing done to the interior design.



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