Product Code: ROOF-0170

Edwardian Buff Chimney Pot

Reclaimed Edwardian Buff Chimney Pot

Salvaged from buildings slated for demolition or renovation, these chimney pots add time worn patina to their original beauty and integrity. They find new homes atop modern buildings, serving as nostalgic reminders of a bygone era, and as impactful garden features. Fitting perfectly into wild and contained gardens alike, these chimney pots are ideal planters. They are especially useful on patios, lifting smaller, colourful flowers into the eyeline or offering sturdy support to taller plants such as grasses or bamboo.

Dimensions- L14″ x W14″ x H29″ (L35.6cm x W35.6cm x H73.7cm)

£160.00 Excl. VAT (inc VAT)£133.33 (exc VAT)

Each
SIZE: L35.6cm x W35.6cm x H73.7cmL14" x W14" x H29"
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Description

Reclaimed Edwardian Buff Chimney Pot

In architectural salvage, few items embody the charm and elegance of bygone eras quite like the Edwardian buff chimney pot. These relics of the past still display grandeur and sophistication harkening back to the early 20th century. Craftsmanship and attention to detail were paramount in such items. Today, these chimney pots are artifacts of history, cherished pieces that find new life in modern settings. Moreover, they add character and flair to contemporary architectural designs.

The Edwardian era, spanning from 1901 to 1910, was a time of opulence and refinement in Britain. It was during this period that the distinctive buff chimney pots emerged as a hallmark of Edwardian architecture. Manufactured from durable materials such as terracotta and stoneware, these chimney pots will stand the test of time. Additionally, they reflect the aesthetic sensibilities of the time.

Originally, these chimney pots served a functional purpose, providing ventilation for coal fires and improving air circulation within homes. However, they also became symbols of status and prestige. Consequently, more ornate designs adorn the rooftops of affluent residences and signal the wealth and sophistication of their owners.

Modern Uses:

Although this heyday of architecture is long gone, the allure of this Edwardian Buff Chimney Pot remains strong. Recent years have seen a resurgence of interest in reclaimed architectural elements. These chimney pots fit seamlessly with this appreciation for craftsmanship and sustainability.

Reclaimed Edwardian buff chimney pots are now prized treasures sought after by architects, designers, and homeowners alike. Salvaged from buildings for demolition or renovation, these chimney pots add time worn patina to their original beauty and integrity. They find new homes atop modern buildings, serving as nostalgic reminders of a bygone era, and as impactful garden features. Fitting perfectly into wild and contained gardens alike, these chimney pots are ideal planters.

The story of the reclaimed Edwardian buff chimney pot is a testament to the enduring legacy of craftsmanship and design. These relics of the past continue to find new life in modern settings.  They serve as tangible reminders of a rich architectural heritage, inspiring admiration and appreciation for generations to come.

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