- a ceramic glaze on stoneware produced by the chemical reaction that occurs when salt is thrown into a kiln during firing.
Origin of salt glaze
First recorded in 1850–55
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Examples from the Web for salt glaze
Aaron is mainly known as a block-cutter of salt-glaze moulds.
Unless the modelling is of the highest order the salt-glaze figures are insipid.
The salt-glaze potter rarely enamelled his figures in colours.
The cement of Dihl consists of porcelain or salt-glaze potsherds ground fine, and mixed with boiled linseed oil.
Indeed, it was through an accidental boiling-over of this sort that salt-glaze was discovered.The Little Lame Prince and His Travelling Cloak
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