Named for the Creek Indian town of Kasita near Columbus, Georgia, by Jesse Jennings and Charles Fairbanks. Also see Mission Red Filmed.
Thin red-filmed pottery with grit-tempered paste. Carol Mason says some black and some white painted sherds are included here. The design is usually curvilinear, less often rectangular or triangular. There are some triangular red areas with black line between on buff. Vessel forms are usually flattened globular bodies with flaring rims. Some plates and cups have been noted. Rims are usually flaring, frequently horizontal, and some cazuela rims occur. Lips are rounded, less often flattened, and sometimes notched.