Definition of companion set in English:

companion set

noun

British
  • A collection of fireside implements on a stand.

    • ‘And visitors may get the chance to see him at work in the forge, where these days he produces mainly decorative pieces, from gates to companion sets.’
    • ‘A companion set would normally comprise a stand with a hand brush, tongs, small shovel and poker.’
    • ‘Made to last, these companion sets will suit your fireplace.’