Decoration:The pottery is treated on the outside with a thick slip, mostly from the lip to the shoulder and only occasionally down to the base, which has turned chocolate or brown in colour. The painted designs are purple in colour. They are mostly geometric.
|Kayatha, Meen, Khachrod, Dhangawada, Nepawali, Gangadhar, Maski, Manoti, Kanwan, Manwar, Futipal.||The clay is fine and well levigated. The pots are sturdy to fine in section, made on the wheel.||The lota-shaped vase, The bowl with thickened, curved-in rim, The large jar with heavily beaded rim.||Well fired|
Decoration:The pottery is treated with a pinkish or orange wash which in several cases has turned grey because of conditions in the kiln.The painted designs are in purple or dark brown. They are mostly geometric.
|Prabhas, Patan, Khambhodar, Kinnarkheda, Lakhabaval||The clay is fine and well levigated. The pots are fine in section and made on the wheel.||The sub-spherical bowl, The globular jar with turned-out rim, The stud-handled bowl, The dish-on-stand.||Well fired|
Decoration:The pottery is treated on the outside with a slip, which has turned either red, orange, pink or yellow in colour. The painted designs are in black. They are geometric and of both, plant and animal motifs. For the first time, a potter's mark painted in black is observed on the pottery.
|Navdatoli, Nagda, Eran, Kayatha, Bahal, Daimabad, Chandoli, Songaon and Inamgaon.||The clay is fine and well levigated. The pots are medium to coarse in section and made on the wheel.||The footed goblet, The channel spouted bowl, The carinated bowl, The bowl with squat body, The handi type vase with tubular spout and funnel-shaped mouth, The vase with high narrow neck and beaded rim , The vase with corrugated neck, The vase with globular body and narrow vertical neck, The vase with tubular spout and curved insides, The dish-on-stand.||Well fired|
Decoration:The pottery is treated with a thin slip which has turned dull red in colour. The painted designs are in black, and primarily geometric. Sometimes the designs may be of plant and animal motifs. Potters' marks are also seen.
|Jorwe, Ahar, Navdatoli, Daimabad, Tekkalakota, Nasik.||The clay is fine and well levigated. The pots are fine in section. They produce a metallic ring when struck. The pots are made on a fast wheel.||The bowl, The concave sided carinated bowl, The bowl-on-stand, The curved-in bowl, The handi-type vase with tubular spout and funnel-shaped mouth , The high-necked vase with globular or squat body, with or without a tubular spout, The lota-shaped vase with beaded rim, The pear-shaped vase with a narrow short neck and beaded rim, The beaker.||Well fired|
Decoration:The colour of the pottery varies from deep red to light red. A thin slip of red ochre is applied and burnished. The burnishing, i.e. wet-smoothening, is done when the vessel is leather-hard with pebbles of hematite, which leaves a powder of iron oxide sticking to the surface. After firing it produces the beautiful lustrous effect.The painted designs are in deep black. The designs are geometric, and of both, plant and animal motifs. The painting seems to have been done after firing.
|Rangpur, Kathiawad, Navdatoli.||The clay is fine and well levigated. The pots are fine in section and made on the wheel.||The deep bowl with flaring rim, The bowl with splayed-out rim, The bulbous jar with beaked rim and high bottle-neck, The dish with beaded, grooved or splayed-out rim and cordoned shoulder, The dish-on-stand.||Well fired|