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celadon pottery

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Sara Yedlik

on 22 May 2013

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A Single Shard Celadon pottery Pics of celadon pottery Korea is here Sorry for the inconvenience, the Mercator projection was the only one we had. To help you, we will tell you that Greenland is not the same size as Africa. Africa is 14 times bigger. What is celadon, anyway? Celadon glazes can be produced in a variety of colors, including white, grey, yellow and blue, depending on several factors: 1) the thickness of the applied glaze, 2) the type of clay to which it is applied, and 3) the exact formation of the glaze. However, the most famous shades range in color from a very pale green to deep intense green, often meaning to mimic the green hues of jade. Celadon glaze refers to a group of transparent glazes, many with pronounced (and sometimes accentuated) cracks in the glaze produced in a wide variety of colors, generally used on porcelain or stoneware clay. Celadon glazes have such popularity that pieces made with it are often called "celadons". A Single Shard Thank You ! Prezi by Anushka Chokkady Teacher: Mrs. Arnold
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