Edwardian Clay Chimney PotSuperior Clay
The Edwardian Standard
- This popular style benchmarks the rest dotting rooftops all over.
- The entire Edwardian line hosts 6 selections varying by size and weight:
- Edwardian Mini models (Mini & Mini W that's wider)
- This decorative pot (pictured)
- Larger versions (Large, Magnum, and Super Magnum).
- Little maintenance required as high temperature firing weathers well.
- Each unit stands 35 inches tall, weighs 125 pounds, and fits a 30 inch wide firebox opening.
- A matching rain guard is available.
- Installing this terra cotta element beautifies any home easily and cost effectively.
STANDARD EDWARDIAN CLAY CHIMNEY POTMaterial: Terracotta Height: 35" Weight: 125 lbs. Round Top Opening: 8.25" Square Base Inner Dimensions: 10.75" x 10.75" Square Base Outer Dimensions: 13" x 13" Firebox Opening Size: 30" Installation: Mortar mount
EXTERIOR FINISH OPTIONS11 Additional Choices: Antique, Blue Limestone, Brick Red, Brown Salt Glaze, Brownstone,
Buff Glaze, Charcoal, Glossy Black, Grey Limestone, Sandstone, Slate Grey Coloring Process: Allow 3 - 4 weeks.
RAIN GUARD OPTIONSModel Match: Small Round Rain Guard Material: Terracotta Weight: 30 lbs. Lid Diameter: 15" Chimney Pot Top Opening: 8.25" Generic Model: Octagon Rain Guard
QUESTIONS?To ask about the Edwardian, its rain guards, or anything else, please call us: 1-800-679-8718. This article overviews how to install a chimney pot. For the best shipping rates we can send multiple pots at once on the same pallet. The easiest way to calculate multiple pot orders is by contacting us via phone (toll free # above), email (email@example.com), or filling out this form.
1. Above two Edwardian Clay Chimney Pots perch atop a double flue chimney. Screened covers protect them from rain, debris, and critters.
2. Next is video footage of an Edwardian (with round rain guard) mortar mounted to a chimney.
3. As characterized in the video below, an Edwardian has a round top, an octagonal body, and a square base. You also get a sense of size, in particular, the difference between a Mini and a Large model. A Standard Edwardian Clay Chimney Pot stands in-between these other two.