(View exact match)Celadon wareSYNONYMS OR RELATED TERMS: celadon
DEFINITION: A type of Chinese pottery with a pale green glaze - either porcelain or stoneware. It was the earliest tinted Chinese pottery, dating from the Sung Dynasty of 960-1279 AD. The main kilns were in Yao-chou in Shensi province, Lin-ju in Honan province, Li-shui, and Lung-ch'uan in Chekiang province.
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Si SatchanalaiSYNONYMS OR RELATED TERMS: Sawankhalok
DEFINITION: Industrial center of the Sukhothai state in northern Thailand with over 600 kilns for pottery and stoneware. The Chalieng brown-glazed wares, Sukhothai black-on-cream wares, and green-glazed Celadon wares are the best known. They are collectively called Sawankhalok and dated to the 14th-16th centuries AD (though have earlier phrases in some places).