TYPE: Papago Glaze-on-Brown

DATE: A.D. 1790 to 1850 (Fontana et al., 1962;104)

BOWL DESIGN PLACEMENT: Exteriors and/or interiors.

COMMON DESIGNS: Rectilinear and curvilinear designs are common. Rims are usually painted with glaze paint.

KEY DIFFERENCES: Glaze painted on a brown background. The glaze paint can look light to dark green, black, gray, or even chalky white.

COMMON DESIGNS: Same as Papago Red-on-Brown (Period 1).

SLIP OR SURFACE TREATMENT: Not slipped, polished.

COMMENTS: The glaze paint is believed to be inspired by the Spanish Franciscan Padres which began in 1768 (Fontana et al., 1962; 104).

 

 

 

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