Corralitos Polychrome Incised

Corralitos Polychrome Incised has a relatively small range, being found around Paquimé and a short distance to the south. Several features suggest a connection to El Paso Polychrome, including the coarse temper, flaking of the surface, the careless execution of the decoration and its general design. It appears to be the polychrome version of Playas Red Incised.

Characteristics

Paste: Brownish-red to tan
Temper: Coarse
Surface: Self-slipped and sometimes polished
Forms: Jars and effigies
Design: Carelessly executed interlocking keys painted black and outlined with engraving.


JAR

3-1/4" tall
Corralitos Polychrome
Gift of Arizona State Museum
LMA 7002


SHERDS

Corralitos Polychrome 
Type Collections
LMA Unnumbered


SHERDS

Corralitos Polychrome
Punched Variety
Type Collections
LMA Unnumbered