Chimney pot


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Chimney pot

Cylindrical shape placed on top of a chimney to increase its height; often of terra-cotta and treated as an ornamental device.

chimney pot, chimney can

chimney pot
A cylindrical pipe of brick, terra-cotta, or metal placed atop a chimney to extend and thereby increase the draft.
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She writes: "I have a picture from the Evening Telegraph dated May 31, 1963, with a picture of the Bell, which has four chimney pots, four top windows and four plain windows at the bottom.
Since that time, Cheryl Lucas, a well-known ceramics artist working in Lyttelton, has adapted her making skills to enable the hand production of roof finials, decorative tiles, bricks and chimney pots to replace originals lost from some of the city's heritage buildings.
The chimney stack that served the fireplace was a combined one in the centre of the ridge with four chimney pots, two for each of the semis.
Swedish digital image processing systems provider Digital Vision AB said on Tuesday (29 May) that it has received a major order from the Swedish post-production company The Chimney Pot.
Try planting a chimney pot or old belfast sink with bright flowers, or hang a couple of antique enamel advertising signs on a wall for an instant injection of vintage style.
Highly commended was Shedkm for Chimney Pot Park, Langworthy, Salford, UK.
It is open at the bottom and has vented cowl on the chimney pot.
For their Spot Test, the hopefuls transform a chimney pot into a strawberry container.
I explained to the lady homeowner that there was a family of squirrels nesting in the chimney pot.
Mr Jones had encountered a blockage of the chimney while sweeping, but he did not check to see if his brush cleared the chimney pot which would have indicated it had been cleared.
presentation in co-production with Film i Vast, AB Svensk Filmindustri, Sveriges Television, Cinenic Film and the Chimney Pot.