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The last sagger of each bung is covered with an unbaked one, three inches deep, in place of a round lid.
The brisk and long flame which it yields dips into the tunnels, penetrates the kiln, and circulates round the sagger-piles.
A cream or buff body is all that is necessary, therefore, and the foundation of this is a clay known as sagger clay.
Bats and props are best made of sagger clay to which has been added about one-third of crushed fire-brick.
In fact, there is an entire section in the clay-shop devoted to nothing but sagger making.The Story of Porcelain|Sara Ware Bassett