The pottery remains were not found in one particular point, but were spread over three small areas.
Of these, only no. 1 could be considered significant, both in terms of quantity (seven pieces) and the characteristics of these fragments (one decorated with a triangular section cordon, and another possibly decorated with incised lines); in any case all the pieces were very abraded and deteriorated.
Spread no.2 only contained two fragments (a pointed rim), and no.3 just one piece. It is evident that its location and proximity to the mound cemetery of Chan da Cruz makes this find more important, despite it not being considered a catalogued Archaeological Site.