Here's a great fire pit with everything you need – at a really great price! Includes attractive copper finish fire pit basin, sturdy stand, screen/spark guard and poker. The attractive, streamlined design works well in any location and will give you countless hours of enjoyment.
• Fire pit with all accessories included • Copper finish fire pit comes with stand, screen/spark guard and poker • A great price for a well-built fire pit and all accessories • Everything you need except the wood! • Add warmth and ambiance to any backyard or outdoor gathering
Size 30" dia. x 19"H
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Comments about Product: It looks good from far away but up close looks cheap. The screen cover was not even (one side is taller than the other a bit). The metal legs look thin up close, the pan feels thin and looks like a copper painted car finish (not like a true copper bowl. I would rather the pan be painted a solid black or umber rather than a cheap looking copper imitation
It isn't super wide or deep, but looks like it will be functional. It makes our patio look kind of cheap.
Comments about Product: Since it is summer time we haven't used this as a fire pit. My husband had a local glass company cut a round piece of smoky Plexiglas to fit the top so we could use as a table in the summer. Looks great as a table.
Comments about Product: I should have read the description closer when ordering. Wanted (and thought I was purchasing) a copper pan. Clearly a painted copper finish - and further investigation of the web page says just that. We'll see how long it lasts. Looking forward to using it throughout the summer/fall.
Comments about Product: This is a very nice, economical fire pit. I didn't want a very expensive one, but I also didn't want something "cheap." It was easy to put together, with some help, and is sturdy. I do have to say that "poker" is a misnomer; it's too short to be a poker, but it does fit in the handle to pick up the spark cover perfectly. I'm very pleased.
Comments about Product: This fire pit is very easy to assemble. I did it myself and I am a senior female! It is also very easy to move by one person. I got a tarp cover to protect it from rain so it will last longer and not rust. You could put it in the garage for the Winter. I plan to use it on a cement block patio. It will probably be good for several seasons with good care by the owner.
Comments about Product: The price is right. We looked at several firepits in our area in this price range. We decided to go with this one because it came with a cooking grate. The problem is it comes with a grate. A very small grate that needs some type of frame unless you set it right in the fire. The copper finish is paint which is not all bad because it can just be repainted. The construction is the same as the $60 [@] fire pit.
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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.
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