3 Chimney Pots Clip Art
This is a collection of Tudor Chimney Pot Clip Art Images Scanned from a Circa 1850’s Antique book. One of the most iconic architectural features in the United Kingdom is the chimney pot. The traditional British kitchen stove used to be fueled by coal, which produced soot and smoke that was vented through a chimney on top of the roof. The pots would get so hot that they were often left unpainted for fear of catching fire, hence their distinctive black color. Nowadays, many modern stovetops are electric or gas-powered and don’t need a chimney like this one does, but you can still find them all over England! I love these old black and white Architecture engravings, they look so beautiful framed just the way they are, but useful for other projects too of course.
This first Chimney Pot Clip Art image, is quite ornate. It has an interesting pattern along the column and the top looks like a crown. These look a bit like Chess pieces to me!
This next version is nearly identical, but the pattern on the column is a sort of Diamond looking motif.
And lastly we have this beautiful Chimney pot, very similar to the other two, but the center column has a swirl pattern on it. All three are quite beautiful I think!
Amanda J Read says
YES – I adore architecture and columns along with windows are my fave. Three all together is a rare find. Many thanks for sharing – Mandyx
It is my pleasure!
These are amazingly awesome to me. Can’t wait to incorporate into a dreamy garden montage. I’m beginning to thin you really are a fairy. !!!
These are so cool! I had a chance to buy one of these once and didn’t. Kicking myself now.
These are fantastic, thank you
Ohh these are spectcular. As soon as I saw them I immediately envisioned bunches of things to do with them! Thanks for sharing, as always!
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These remind me of Hampton Court.
Brayton Homestead Interiors says
those are spectacular- and would I love the real thing on my house!