celadon

A European term for Chinese stoneware, initially developed during the song dynasty, with a translucent green glaze, and generally applied to any similar green-glaze. The shade varies according to the iron-oxide content. The word 'celadon' possibly comes from a character of that name in a 17thC French romance by Honoré d'Urfé, who wore a green coat....

Celadon

[river] The Celadon is a mythological river of Arcadia crossed by Heracles in pursuit of the Hind of Ceryneia, according to Pindar: it is mentioned by Strabo. Pausanias names it the Celadus and states that it is a tributary of the Alpheus. In Homer`s Iliad it is described as being under the walls of Pheia, not far from the river Iardanus, o...
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Celadon

Cel'a·don noun [ French] A pale sea-green color; also, porcelain or fine pottery of this tint.
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Celadon

• (n.) A pale sea-green color; also, porcelain or fine pottery of this tint.
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celadon

Chinese, Korean, Siamese, and Japanese stoneware decorated with green glazes. To create this ware, artisans apply a wash of slip (liquefied clay), ... [11 related articles]
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celadon

A European term for Chinese stoneware, initially developed during the song dynasty, with a translucent green glaze, and generally applied to any similar green-glaze. The shade varies according to the iron-oxide content. The word 'celadon' possibly comes from a character of that name in a 17thC French romance by Honoré d'Urfé, who wor...
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Celadon

Celadon is a term for ceramics denoting both a type of glaze and a ware of celadon (color). Celadon originated in China, and notable kilns such as the Longquan kiln in Zhejiang province are renowned for their celadon works. Celadon production later spread to other regions in Asia, such as Japan, Korea and Thailand. ==History== Archaeologist Wang Z...
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celadon

pale green; pale green glazed pottery
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