Named after Orange County, Florida, by James B. Griffin.
Plain fiber-tempered pottery. Rims are simple and straight with a rounded or slightly flattened lip. Can't be separated from St. Simons Plain in coastal Georgia.
This is a Florida type, found along the St Johns River and sporadically along the Coast. It is uncertain if this type is found in Georgia. If so, it is predicted that it would be found in southeastern Georgia.