A stylish used bird-beak with cowl buff clay chimney pot. This pot has both a distinctive shape and practical use. The covered top reduces the amount of rainwater entering the stack as well as preventing downdrafts. The straight bird-beak shaped body blends into the cross-pipe top piece. The hood or tee-top has flat ends that extend far enough to stop rain being drawn into the moth of the pot. The pot is in overall good condition other than a little nibbling around the foot. Could be re-used on a period property or perhaps re-purposed as a garden planter.