Villa Ahumada Polychrome is probably a precursor to Ramos Polychrome. Its range is nearly as wide, but it centers not in Paquimé but further to the east. Although the painted decoration is well executed, the slip is chalky and often flakes off. Most vessels have both black and red designs, and these are not always interlocking. Designs seem transitional between Babicora and Ramos Polychromes, containing elements of each. Some vessels have only black decoration.
Paste: Brown to tan