|Type Name:||ESQUITLAN POLYCHROME|
Cream to buff/tan paste.
Background enamel is white to off-white, designs painted in black, dark brown, blue, rust, orange, and yellow
Design motifs included banded lines, typically in orange or yellow, bordered by black and crude floral designs
Decoration on both rim and body of shers
|Comments:||Seifert (1977) belives this type was probably produced in Puebla, Guanajuato, or Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico.|
|Published Definitions:||Seifert 1977|