A good example of a salvaged buff pierced crown chimney pot. the straight(ish!) shaft has a single rounded bead collar rising to a six pointed crown. Each point has a small circular hole for decoration and the high base has a gently chamfered shoulder. Part of the beading is missing and there are numerous star fractures around the pot. It might be possible to re-use the pot on a renovation project for that ‘tumbledown’ look or perhaps re-purposed as a planter in the conservatory or garden.