DESCRIPTION: CORE: Constructed: paddle and anvil.
Color: dark brown, black, oxidizes to orange in kiln. Fired: surface
oxidized, core full of carbon reduced temperature not over 700 degrees
TEMPER: rounded grains, white, limestone, basalt ash abundant to
moderate, (sometimes, not over 20%) Texture: crumbling.
WALLS: strong Fracture: crumbly
SURFACE: Color: brown Finish: no slip Texture: smoothed to rough.
FORM: jars and bowls, the bowls are often smudged.
COMPARISON: Similar to other contemporary Sinagua Brown Ware types
but differs in having limestone temper.
RANGE: East side of Anderson Mesa.