|Type Name:||ABO POLYCHROME VARIANT|
|Production Origin:||PUEBLA, MEXICO|
Thin, cream to buff, compact coarse earthenware paste without visible temper.
Opaque, off-white, reflective background tin enamel.
Polychrome design in orange and blue dots or lobe-like elements.
Blue lobed pendants present on the marlie. In the center of the vessel is a human, animal, or floral motif outlined in black and filled in with dots or parallel lobe-like elements.
|Comments:||Found in Mexico and Florida, Hale Smith called this variety "Abo Polychrome Type B." Examples found in Florida also have a brown-banded orange border.|
|Published Definitions:||Smith 1965|