One sherd of red and black on whitish-grey pottery. Rim sherd of Glaze III bowl.
Both the interior and exterior of the sherd are decorated. The interior of the sherd has a band decoration of unstalked oblique keys with additional parallel lines on the outside of the band. Two isosceles triangles are on the upper edge of the band immediately along the rim. The glaze color for the design is a luminous dark brown. The exterior decoration on the sherd is a red glazed design outlined with the luminous dark brown glaze. It is a bordered oblique red double key, that is free standing. The exterior of the sherd is blackened/burned on the bottom, likely from use. One small hole had been drilled into the the sherd near the rim. this was likely drilled to mend the vessel during its use life. A second hole was started on the exterior of the sherd, but it does not go all the way through the sherd.
|Site Name||Pecos Pueblo|
|Site #||LA 625|
|Date||Circa 1475-1550 CE|
|Collector||Kidder, Alfred Vincent|
|Adopted By||Ben Benson|
|Place||United States | NM | San Miguel | Pecos|