Joseph Caldwell and Antonio Waring named this type based upon work at the Deptford site, 9Ch2 in Chatham County
Simple parallel linear grooves stamped on sand-tempered pottery. The grooves are 2 to 5 millimeters in width and usually cover the complete exterior of the vessel. Interiors range from smooth to abrasive with smoothing marks visible. Known vessel forms include: pot form, deep bowl, and flattened-globular bowl.The rims are direct or out flaring and lips are rounded Podal supports do occur on some vessels.