This variant is orange-brown (2.5YR 6/8) with a duller surface and a cream or cream-buff (10YR 8/3, 7.5YR 8/2, 2.5Y 8/2) slip. One sample has a pale grey (6/0) core. The fabric is hard with an irregular fracture and a rough feel.
Although sometimes slightly silty, the matrix of this fabric is otherwise identical to those already described. Inclusions are well sorted, normally measuring c 0.3–0.5mm. Common rounded and subrounded quartz dominate, falling into a range between 0.2–0.7mm; other inclusions are sparse or absent in some samples and comprise black iron-rich grains and dark-coloured rock fragments. Trituration grits are well sorted (mostly 2.0–3.0mm), consisting of abundant quartz (1.0–3.0mm), many of which are polycrystalline, and sparse red-brown rocks.
This sample is similar to that described for WRX RS mortaria, also containing single grains of feldspar, and a large fragment of limestone. Weathered igneous rock fragments and argillaceous pellets are rare, and some inclusions seen in the matrix and measuring up to 1.0mm may be stray trituration grits.