One sherd of brown on grey-white pottery. Body sherd of Glaze VI type.
The interior of the sherd does not have a slip applied, and is reddish-brown in color. The exterior of the sherd has a light grey/white slip with a luminous brown glaze. A thick glaze line takes up most of the sherd, with three verical lines branching out of the thick line along with three diagonal lines branching from the same point. The glaze also appears to have been runny when it was applied, creating an unclear edge to the lines.
|Site Name||Pecos Pueblo|
|Site #||LA 625|
|Date||Circa 1700-1838 CE|
|Collector||Kidder, Alfred Vincent|
|Adopted By||Ben Benson|
|Place||United States | NM | San Miguel | Pecos|