Chenet is the French expression, an andiron, or dog-iron, as it is sometimes called.
He hit it against the andiron to knock the ashes off, and plunged it into the mixture.
To shape the feet of the andiron: The drawing shows the shape and length the legs should be.
An andiron, a wash-tub, is the result of an idea that did not exist before.
The officials, seeing the marvellous work that he had put into it, sent the money to his shop; and he sent them the other andiron.
Fastening the frame to the andiron is done with a stud and bolt.
He approached Gringoire, who appeared to be plunged in a profound revery, with his feet on an andiron.
The stand is finished to correspond with the andiron and fire tools.
He was looking at the elevated portions of the andiron which were invisible to me.
Carl knocked his pipe empty on the knob of an andiron, sank deeper into his chair, and began to speak slowly.
c.1300, from Old French andier, of unknown origin, perhaps from Gaulish *andero- "a young bull" (cf. Welsh anner "heifer"), which would make sense if they once had bull's heads cast onto them. Altered by influence of Middle English iren (see iron (n.)).