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27%26quot; x 12%26quot;-4%26quot; Leg Franklin Fireplace Grate
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Cast Iron Franklin Self-Feeding Fireplace Grate

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27" x 12"-4" Leg Franklin Fireplace Grate
$54.95 - $99.95

The deep-bed construction of our Franklin Self-Feeding Fireplace Grate keeps the logs in where they belong, so they won't roll forward. The self-feeding design keeps the wood together, so your fire burns more efficiently with less smoke and radiates more heat into the room. Offered in different sizes for larger or smaller fires and fireplaces.

• Franklin Fireplace Grate
• Heavy-duty, solid cast iron that will not warp or burn out
• Cradling basket-style design keeps logs contained safely and securely
• Self-feeding design keeps the wood together so the fire burns more efficiently
• offered in different sizes for larger or smaller fires and fireplaces

15" x 15" x 9"-2" Leg
17" x 12" x 12"-2" Leg
17" x 12" x 12"-4" Leg
22" x 18" x 12"-2" Leg
22" x 18" x 12"-4" Leg
27" x 22" x 12"-2" Leg
27" x 22" x 12"-4" Leg

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By Person of Interest
Great product, great service
Comments about Product:
I looked for a long time for a fireplace grate to fit a smaller fire box. Called Plow & Hearth, the person who answered was very helpful. She looked through her inventory, read the dimensions until we found one that I thought would fit. She walked me through the process, I bought it, the grate came (free shipping, no less) and I was able to work it through the door. It's perfect. Thank you Plow & Hearth and thank you to the person who took my call.
By Grate Optimist
Flimsy Packaging
Comments about Product:
I was a little disappointed when the grate arrived, shipped from manufacturer, about three (3) weeks after I ordered it. The flimsy box was torn on three corners; it's only inner protection, a thin sheet of brown paper. Due to the light box packaging it was nicked, chipped and had a small crack in it. I did return. Actually, I've had it on my porch for almost week, awaiting pickup. I reordered and have hope that the new grate will arrive in tact. I do like the shape of this grate. I was shocked when I saw the crack because it was so heavy. It will look great in my large outdoor fireplace. I'll be sure to update once it's received. I'm looking forward to upgrading my "star" rating. I can't yet recommend to a friend, but I believe that will change...
By Dew Man
Just what I was looking for
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Been looking for a grate exactly like this one. For my needs it fits perfectly and does what I needed it to (which is keep the fire wood inside the grate confines with out chunks of wood falling through the holes!
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