Celadon is a pale blue green named after a type of ceramic that originated in China. Celadon is both a color and a glaze that was developed and refined during the 10th and 11th centuries. Celadon, the color, has undertones of gray and jade.
Celadon is muted and understated and combines the tranquility and serenity of blue with the sense of growth and renewal of green.
It looks good with other shades of greens and blues and anchors on neutrals and blushes.