Adam pointed out the resemblance of motif seen on the cazuela rim sherds recovered at 40Wg143 to the so-called eye of the snake element that dominates Brakebill, Carter’s Quarter, and Citico style gorgets. A set of concentric circles (indicated in the paired images below via yellow ovals) surround an open dot (indicated in the paired images below via maroon ovals). A ring of dots (indicated in the paired images below via black arrows) sits in the space between the outermost engraved/incised circles.
Though the cazuela fragments have yet to be cross-mended, it initially appears that the rim includes four examples of the dot/concentric circles motif. That would mark another shared design feature among the gorgets and the Cane Notch vessel.
Fun stuff. My thanks to everyone who contributed to the original thread.