Fine and distinct complicated stamping on fine grit and sand tempered pottery. Designs include spiral interlocking scrolls, concentric circles, snowshoes, swirls, figure-sixes and figure-eights. The exterior color ranges from yellow to black. Interior colors range from buff to black. The core color ranges from dark gray to black. Known vessel forms include cylindrical with out-flaring sides that taper at the base. The lips of the vessels are squared, sometimes rounded, and rims are straight.
Chatham County and the northern Georgia Coast
Occurs in Deptford II in the Middle Woodland period.