Paste is orange to brownish red-colored with coarse sand temper.
Vessels are covered with a smooth, thick, mint-green enamel, usually undecorated.
|This term has been used in Florida to describe a coarse earthenware covered with a green undecorated tin enamel in utilitarian forms. Examples have been noted in the collections of St. Augustine and Havana. A similar undecorated variety has been noted in the collections from Panama Vieja, possibly made locally during the seventeenth century.
|Clausen 1970; Deagan 2002:95-96