El Paso Polychrome - CA. 1200-1400
El Paso Polychrome was developed in the Jornada Branch of the Mogollon, which was the easternmost manifestation of the culture. Found throughout the Lower Rio Grande and into northern Chihuahua, "El Paso Series" pottery was thin-walled, coarse-tempered and unpolished. El Paso Polychrome has such an even balance of red, black and yellow that it is often difficult to recognize that the black and red were applied to a brown ground.