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Celadon Porcelain

Celadon is a form of porcelain with a distinctive colour created by the reduction firing of its iron-rich glaze – a process developed in China. Celadon creations from the Southern Song dynasty in China (1127-1279) are considered the most beautiful forms of the porcelain. Kinuta Seiji is the Japanese name given to Chinese celadon and its pure blu-ish green glaze.