Wingate Black-on-Red - CA. 1150-1300

Wingate Black-on-Red is in some ways an ancestor to St Johns Black-on-Red. Vessel forms include bowls and jars. Decoration is geometric, balanced between hatched and solid elements. The examples in our collections were found at the Starkweather Ruin, and were considered intrusive. the range of Wingate Black-on-Red runs along the Arizona-New Mexico border.

Characteristics

Paste: White to gray, buff, pink to red
Temper: Crushed sherd and sand with colored inclusions
Surface: Thick, red to maroon slip, polished
Forms: Bowls, jars, pitchers, dippers, canteens
Design: Opposed solid and obliquely hatched elements


BOWL

12-3/4" diameter
Starkweather Ruin
Reserve, New Mexico
LMA 16170


BOWL (DETAIL)

12-3/4" diameter
Starkweather Ruin
Reserve, New Mexico
LMA 16170


LADLE

5-1/2" max. diameter
Starkweather Ruin
Reserve, New Mexico
LMA 22418


SHERD

LMA Type Collections


SHERD

LMA Type Collections