CORE: Construction: by coiling and scraping. Fired: in reducing
atmosphere. Core: light gray to dark gray, sometimes almost black.
Temper: abundant moderately coarse quartz sand, temper fairly
conspicuous on both surfaces. Vessel walls: medium strong. Texture
core: fine to coarse. Fracture: slightly crumbling. Surface finish:
rough, interiors scraped, exteriors usually moderately well smoothed.
not polished, coils unobliterated on exterior surfaces, usually
deeply finger indented in fairly regular and carefully executed
pattern, many minor variations, occasionally series of contiguous
non-indented coils, width of coils and depth and size of indentations
vary widely, coils from about 3 to 8 mm in width, coils cover
all or nearly all of exterior surfaces. Surface color: gray. Carbon
streak: fairly frequent. Forms: jars, bowls, jugs. Painted decoration:
RANGE: Northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico as well
as southern Utah.