Vintage black coal scuttle, hod, coal bucket, coal pail, or coalscuttle. From the '60sSKU: 229
Black coal scuttle from the '60s.
Lovely black vintage coal scuttle. Great item for decoration next to the fireplace. No rust, good condition. Two handles.
A coal scuttle, sometimes spelled coalscuttle and also called a hod, "coal bucket", or "coal pail", is a bucket-like container for holding a small, intermediate supply of coal convenient to an indoor coal-fired stove or heater. It is usually made of metal and shaped as a vertical cylinder or truncated cone, with the open top slanted for pouring coal on a fire. It may have one or two handles. Homes that don't use coal sometimes use a coal scuttle decoratively.
Coal-scuttles are still often found in modern interiors. Today, they stand in the living room for decoration are they in use in the hallway or corridor as umbrella stand.
- Height: 61 cm.
- Diameter at botom: 22,5 cm.