This type was only made for a brief period in time possibly only 100 years. Named by Chester DePratter after the Walthour site in Chatham County.
Complicated stamping on clay or grog-tempered pottery. Designs include concentric circles and figure-eights, but others may occur. Rims are straight. Lips are rounded or squared. Known vessel forms are conoidal jar and hemispherical bowls.