ANASAZI ZUNI WARES
TYPE: Pinnawa White-on-Red (see comments)
A.K.A.: White-on-Red (unnamed)
DATE: AD 1350 to 1420 (Smith, Woodbury & Woodbury:1966;314,315)
PRIMARY BOWL DESIGN PLACEMENT: Usually exteriors, occasionally interiors with secondary exterior designs.
COMMON DESIGNS: Usually done in medium and/or thin white lines, occasional hatching, occasional solid elements.
KEY DIFFERENCES: White designs on a red slip.
VARIETIES: Non-smudged and smudged interiors.
COMMENTS: Woodbury and Woodbury describe this type without naming it in the book titled: "The Excavation of Hawikuh" by Frederick Webb Hodge (Smith, Woodbury and Woodbury 1966;314-315), stating that forms and designs are similar to Pinnawa Glaze-on-White. Because the shapes and designs as well as the production years are similar to Pinnawa Glaze-on-White, I propose that the type should be named Pinnawa White-on-Red.
1N White-on-Red Bowl with interior and exterior designs.
2Y This White-on-Red olla contains "spirit breaks" in both the upper and lower banding lines.
Approximate Dimensions: 6 1/2" or 16.5 cm. by 5 1/4" or 13.5 cm.
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