The most common receptacles, notably those for cooking or to carry water and food, where generally made with a thicker clay, making them suitable for the needs of daily life. The decorations on these ceramics were usually more expressive and, occasionally, colored black.

Bi-truncated earthenware jar with narrow opening, for the storage of liquid, with two handles and grasping buttons to aid gripping towards the base.

Truncated bowl with barbotine decorated neck made using the fingers.

Dome-shaped cover decorated with concentric grooves, with perforated handle and two perforated side buttons.

Truncated jar with contracted opening, for storage of solid foods, decorated with barbotine of vertical lines and grasping buttons protruding along the underside.

Pot with imprinted decorations.