TYPE: Belford Red

DATE: A.D. 1300 to 1450 (see comments)

KEY DIFFERENCES: Roosevelt Redware without painted decoration or white slip.

 

STYLES:

Non-Smudged

Smudged

COMMENTS: Pinto, Gila, and Tonto Polychromes have been described by many analysts as Roosevelt Redware. Di Peso described this type as being manufactured the same as Gila Polychrome (Di Peso, 1958;104-105). Dates are assumed to be the same as Gila Polychrome. Smudged bowls with recurved rims date to circa A.D. 1350-1450 (Neuzil & Lyons, 2005:60)

 

1N Salado Belford Red Olla, highly polished.

Approximately 12 1/4 " by 8 1/4 "

 

 

2Y Salado Belford Red, lighly polished double lobed jar.

Approximate Dimensions: 7 1/4" by 7"

 

 

3N Salado Belford Red bowl with a lightly polished red slipped exterior, and unslipped interior.

 

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