SAN CARLOS RED-ON-WHITE
TYPE: San Carlos Red-on-White
DATE: A.D. 1250 to 1450 (Neuzil & Lyons, 2005;59)
COMMON FORMS: Bowls, jars, pitchers.
COMMON BACKGROUND COLORS: White slip that can be buff, or somewhat transparent, thin to thick chalky white.
BOWL DESIGN PLACEMENT: Exteriors.
COMMON DESIGNS: See San Carlos Red-on-Brown.
KEY DIFFERENCES: White slip, and those listed under San Carlos Red-on-Brown.
1N Salado San Carlos Red-on-White bowl with fine line design consisting of parallel lines, dots and solid triangles with F-hooks attached, within framing lines. The F-hooks are reminiscent of those found on White Mountain Redware, Fourmile Polychrome.
Approximate Dimensions: 6 1/2" or 16.5 cm. by 3" or 7.6 cm.
2N Salado San Carlos Red-on-White bowl with a design that goes to the rim.
Approximate Dimensions: 8 3/8" or 21.2 cm. by 3 1/4" or 8.3 cm.
3N Salado San Carlos Red-on-White bowl
Approximate Dimensions: 5 1/4" by 2 1/2"
4N Salado San Carlos Red-on-White bowl
5Y Salado San Carlos Red-on-White bowl
6N Salado San Carlos Red-on-White Olla with a "classic" shoulder commonly
seen on Hohokam Tanque Verde Red-on-Brown Ollas.
7Y Salado San Carlos Red-on-White Bowl
Approximate Dimensions: 9 1/2" by 3"
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