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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.

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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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Make displays with chimney pots, tyres, wine crates or wellies A cluster of terracotta pots on a patio looks so pretty
Chimney pots, especially exact reproductions of those made in the 19th or early 20th centuries, may appear a strange pursuit for a contemporary artist, but Lucas has accepted these commissions for several reasons.
I explained to the lady homeowner that there was a family of squirrels nesting in the chimney pot.
Possibly if the chimney pot had a cowl then less water would have entered the flue.
chimney pots across the Georgian rooftops, from the Hope Street Hotel, Liverpool Purchase: www.
The pubs feature a pan-tiled roof effect with chimney pots.
Chimney pots were blown from roofs, windows were smashed, cars were lifted off their wheels and about 20 trees, some as 40ft high, were ripped from the ground.
Here you'll statues, benches, tables, chimney pots, gates, and fireplaces.
It overlooked a courtyard with a chestnut tree, then miles of gray slate roofs and brick-celored chimney pots until the eye bumped against the Eiffel Tower at the horizon.
From his birth, the Wind has been with him, teasing his golden hair and taking his spirit off to fly among the meadows and chimney pots of Branion.
On chimneys check that chimney pots and the mortar around their bases are sound.
The Works Building incorporated many of the products manufactured by the company, such as chimney pots, tiles, moldings, lintels and corbels, thus it served as a veritable catalog of the firm's art and it is the only one of its kind known to survive in the United States.