This is the celadon to which reference has already been made.
The "celadon and Amelia" is dingy, and poor in all respects.
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.
They reproduce the finest colors of the celadon porcelain of Svres.
A whole generation waited long to learn the issue of the passion of celadon and Astre.
celadon, poetical name for a languid swain, all sighs and longings.
"celadon" ware is abundant from Karachi to Babylon, and some of it is of extraordinary fineness and beauty of glaze.
The more orthodox "laws of love" which celadon puts up in his "Temple of Astraea" are less amusing.
The larger was celadon green; the smaller, off-white, was glowing, gleaming.
The well-known pale green celadon is the only one known to the trade by the name celadon.
"pale grayish-green," 1768, from French Céladon, name of a character in the romance of "l'Astrée" by Honoré d'Urfé (1610); an insipidly sentimental lover who wore bright green clothes, he is named in turn after Greek Keladon, a character in Ovid's "Metamorphoses," whose name is said to mean "sounding with din or clamor." The mineral celadonite (1868) is so called for its color.