Paste/Temper: The paste includes small granules of quartzite and chert, all well rounded by water action and ranging from 3 to 5 mm in size. Temper constitutes about 10 percent of the paste. Sherds have a smooth feel, being composed of a silty paste.
Surface Treatment: Exterior surfaces are either fabric impressed, cord marked, simple stamped, or plain. Fabric is closely woven with a fine weft and a relatively fine warp. Crisscrossing of the cord impressions is common. The simple stamping appears to be either an untwisted thong, carved paddle, fine grass, and/or brushing.
Vessel Form: Vessels were made from coil construction. Vessels are probably spherical to ovoid in shape with a slightly restricted mouth, a short neck, and slightly recurving rim.
Vessel Diameter: Oral diameters may range from 15 to 45 cm.
Vessel Height: Unknown
Rim Form: The typical rim form is slightly recurved, turning out from an insloping body wall. The minority form is a straight rim. On recurved rims the interior surface has been shaped with the edge of a fabric wrapped paddle. Occasionally the lip will be flattened with a paddle.
Base Form: Bases are rounded or semi-conoidal.
Vessel Wall Thickness: Body sherds range from 4 to 7 mm with the average around 5 mm. Bases average 10 mm in thickness