red charcoal

red charcoal

[′red ′chär‚kōl]
(materials)
An impure charcoal made by heating wood to 300°C; much of the oxygen and hydrogen is retained.
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The glow of the red charcoal as it went from hand to hand lit up the narrow, blinking eyes, the high Chinese cheek-bones, and the bull-throats that melted away into the dark duffle folds round the shoulders.
co.uk, PS33.60 ARMCHAIR Dorma rushmore chair, Dunelm Mill, www.dunelm-mill.com, from PS799 SPEND HEART CUSHION Knitted heart cushion, Dunelm Mill, www.dunelm-mill.com, PS9.99 dunelm-mill.com, PS9.99 DRAUGHT EXCLUDER Red charcoal woven check draught excluder, Next, www.next.co.uk, PS16 www.next.co.uk, PS16 BED Driftwood four-poster tree bed, Sylvantutch, www.sylvantutch.co.uk, PS1856 TARTAN CUSHION Lexington checked wool cushion cover, Amara, www.amara.com, PS89 STAG HEAD Wooden deer head wall trophy, Not on the High Street, www.notonthehighstreet.com, PS140 LAMP Stag's head lamp, Alison at Home, www.alisonathome.
They are doing a red charcoal portable barbecue for PS20.