Espinoso Glaze Polychrome was one of the glaze polychromes that developed in the Middle Rio Grande inspired by Heshotauthla Polychrome, which had been introduced to the area by Zuni traders. Designs on this type are composed of red bands outlined in black over a yellow slipped ground. This rim sherd, from the interior of a bowl, was one of several dozen untyped sherds found in an unmarked bag in storage. It was associated with other bags which came from one of the Alamogordo sites from which surface sherds were collected.
Paste: Medium gray to buff