La gazette (ou casette, cazette) est une protection en terre réfractaire utilisée pour l'enfournement et la cuisson de grès, terres, céramiques et porcelaines dans les fours à bois ou à charbon.

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  • La gazette (ou casette, cazette) est une protection en terre réfractaire utilisée pour l'enfournement et la cuisson de grès, terres, céramiques et porcelaines dans les fours à bois ou à charbon.
  • La gaceta refractaria(llamada también saggar, palabra inglesa que deriva de «salvaguarda»,) es un recipiente de arcilla refractaria utilizado para la protección de las piezas durante el horneado y cocción del gres, arcilla, cerámica y porcelana, en hornos de leña o de carbón.
  • 匣鉢(こうばち)は、陶磁器を焼くときに、素地を火炎その他から保護し、影響を受けないようにするための用いられる耐火性の容器である。さや、えんごろ、ぼし、などともいう。
  • A saggar is a ceramic, boxlike container used in the firing of pottery to enclose or protect ware in kilns. Traditionally saggars were made primarily from fireclay. Saggars have been used to protect, or safeguard, ware from open flame, smoke, gases and kiln debris: the name is a contraction of "safeguard". Their use is widespread, including in China, Korea, Japan and the United Kingdom. Saggars are still used in the production of ceramics to shield ware from the direct contact of flames and from damage by kiln debris. Modern saggars are made of alumina ceramic, cordierite ceramic, mullite ceramic and silicon carbide.A Saggar Maker's Bottom Knocker was a job associated with the manufacturer of saggars in the UK, a name considered sufficiently amusing for it to be featured on the television panel show What's My Line?. The occupation is not needed with modern automated production techniques.
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  • La gazette (ou casette, cazette) est une protection en terre réfractaire utilisée pour l'enfournement et la cuisson de grès, terres, céramiques et porcelaines dans les fours à bois ou à charbon.
  • La gaceta refractaria(llamada también saggar, palabra inglesa que deriva de «salvaguarda»,) es un recipiente de arcilla refractaria utilizado para la protección de las piezas durante el horneado y cocción del gres, arcilla, cerámica y porcelana, en hornos de leña o de carbón.
  • 匣鉢(こうばち)は、陶磁器を焼くときに、素地を火炎その他から保護し、影響を受けないようにするための用いられる耐火性の容器である。さや、えんごろ、ぼし、などともいう。
  • A saggar is a ceramic, boxlike container used in the firing of pottery to enclose or protect ware in kilns. Traditionally saggars were made primarily from fireclay. Saggars have been used to protect, or safeguard, ware from open flame, smoke, gases and kiln debris: the name is a contraction of "safeguard". Their use is widespread, including in China, Korea, Japan and the United Kingdom.
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  • Gazette (casier réfractaire)
  • Gaceta refractaria
  • Saggar
  • 匣鉢
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