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sag·ger

also sag·gar  (săg′ər)
n.
1. A protective casing of fire clay in which delicate ceramic articles are fired.
2. Clay used to make ceramic casings.

[Perhaps alteration of safeguard.]

saggar

(ˈsæɡə) or

sagger

n
(Ceramics) a clay box in which fragile ceramic wares are placed for protection during firing
[C17: perhaps alteration of safeguard]

saggar

A casing made of fine clay in which delicate ceramic ware is fired.
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