Sacaton Red-on-Buff - CA. 900-1100
Sacaton Red-on-Buff is the characteristic pottery type of the Hohokam Sedentary period. Vessels typically have short necks, and like earlier forms, rims are flared. Also prominent is the "Gila shoulder", a sharpened edge running around the vessel at its widest point, which in the Sacaton type is often set very low on the pot. Designs are geometric, with interlocking scrolls often contained within rectangular frames.
Paste: Light brown