This type was originally named by Gordon Willey for the Florida Gulf Coast. Named after the Tucker site, 8Fr4, in Franklin County, Florida.
Pinched ridges on sand-tempered pottery. The ridges are in vertical rows. Known vessel forms include flattened-globular bowls, globular jars, and cylindrical beakers. Rims are incurved, and incurved with a short recurve at the orifice. Rims also have exterior flat folds. Lips are round-pointed or flat. Flat lips also have an incised line with triangular punctations on the top.