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A carved celadon-glazed ceramic Qianlong vase sold for $7.9 million, double its high presale estimate.
The "Celadon and Amelia" is dingy, and poor in all respects.
"Celadon" ware is abundant from Karachi to Babylon, and some of it is of extraordinary fineness and beauty of glaze.The Gates of India|Thomas Holdich
Had we been the Celadon and Chloe of a country village, he could not have regarded us as more equal, so far as the world went.The Caxtons, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Celadon in despair throws himself into a river; this refers to his voyage to Malta.
When Alexis assumes the name of Celadon, he calls that love which Astrea had mistaken for fraternal affection.