The ancient Pueblos manufactured a ware with decoration in what appears to be a salt glaze.
The year 1680 was made memorable by the discovery of salt glaze.
salt glaze was coming to an end in spite of the enamelling in colours in emulation of English porcelain.
Of all the old wares used here, salt glaze is most rarely found, most collections including not even a single specimen.
The salt glaze question is open to doubt, and most certainly Elers never used moulds for their ware.
The saggers are coated with the salt glaze already described.
salt glaze and porcelain excepted, the finished pot presents three stratas.
Stoneware vessels, with salt glaze, answer best for crystallizers.
When it cooled it was found to be covered with what was afterward known as salt glaze.
salt glaze is obtained by the vaporizing of salt inside the kiln at a great heat.