A type of pottery having a pale green glaze, originally produced in China.(noun)
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Use "celadon" in a sentence
"It was done in soft, warm colors: salmon and beige and a pale green she called celadon."
"These cups were of that sea-green tint called celadon, with a very wonderful glow and radiance."
"There was what we call "celadon" [green-glazed] porcelain — little bowls and cups, and pots with spouts in the shape of chickens 'heads, a typical Six Dynasties object — some mirrors, and some stone slabs."