Pilgrim Coal/Pellet Bucket with Shovel - Antique Brushed Copper

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Overview

This charming Antique Brushed Copper Coal/Pellet Bucket adds charm and function to your hearth. Featuring a large open top to make cleaning ashes from your fireplace or stove easier, the scoop edge that helps with loading coal or pellets and the matching shovel to help scoop ash out or pellets in.

Details

Pilgrim's Coal/Pellet Bucket features an innovative design to lend a helping hand during fireplace and hearth management. The Coal/Pellet Bucket is built for convenience with a wide open top that makes ash removal a breeze and a scoop edge that is perfect for channeling coal or pellets in through the fireplace door. Pilgrim's Coal and Pellet Bucket comes in a variety of finishes making it simple to find the right look for your hearth.

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Specifications
  • Color: Antique brushed copper
  • Size: 14" Wide x 16.5" High
  • Construction materials: Steel
Brand Pilgrim
Model 19506
Shipping Weight (lbs) 4.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 4
Finish Copper
Product Type Ash Bucket with Shovel
Material Steel
Warranty

Every Pilgrim brand product is warranted to the original consumer purchaser against defective materials or workmanship for the life of the product. This warranty is void if the product was damaged by accident, unreasonable use, or neglect not arising from defects in materials or workmanship. At their discretion, Pilgrim will repair or replace (free of charge) any hearth or home item which proves to be defective due to normal use.



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