TYPE: Reserve Corrugated

DATE:  A.D. 1000 to 1250 (Wood, 1987;168)

KEY DIFFERENCES: Coils usually average between 4 and 7mm wide. Corrugation usually not as finely done as Tularosa Corrugated (especially early examples). Interiors are usually smudged and can be so well smudged that you may see a rainbow of colors shining off of the dark black surface, others can have a silver shine. Corrugation can be rough, smoothed, or even polished.

BACKGROUND COLOR: Interiors usually smudged black, exteriors may be tan, brown, red, or black.

VARIETIES:

Clapboard Corrugated

Indented Corrugated

Fillet Rim

Patterned Corrugated

Incised Corrugated

Tool Punched Corrugated

Smeared Indented Corrugated

 

 

1N Mogollon Reserve Corrugated Seed Jar with Incised rim.

 

2N Mogollon Reserve Corrugated Jar (Indented Corrugated Style)

 

 

3Y Reserve Patterned Corrugated Bowl

Approximate Dimensions: 10 1/4" by 5 1/4"

 

 

4Y Reserve Incised Corrugated and Punched Eccentric Vessel

Approximate Dimensions: 8 3/8" by 5"

 

 

5Y Reserve Smeared Indented Corrugated Jar

Approximate Dimensions: 7" by 7"

 

 

6Y Reserve Corrugated Bowl

Approximate Dimensions: 9 1/2" by 4 1/2"

 

 

7Y Reserve Corrugated Jar

Approximate Dimensions: 4" by 3 5/8"

 

8Y Reserve Fillet Rim Sherds

Largest is 2 1/8" by 2 1/4", indented corrugated coils average 3/8" or 9mm wide.

 

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