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Big Woods Fire Pit With Domed Spark Guard

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Big Woods Fire Pit With Domed Spark Guard
$169.95

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Description
Firelight flickers through the unique cutouts of our Big Woods Fire Pit. The 180° scene includes tree and deer silhouettes that stand out against the flickering flames.

A snug-fitting domed spark guard contains flying embers, while a built-in guardrail offers added safety. One-piece, heavy-gauge steel frame with durable black sand paint finish. Includes cooking grill and poker. Easy assembly.

• Steel fire pit with cutout design
• Woodland silhouettes included trees and deer
• Cutouts are highlighted by the dancing flame behind them
• Comes with domed spark guard, cooking grill and poker
• Heavy gauge steel frame with all-weather black finish

Size
30" dia. x 23"H
Reviews
4.0
4.0 (based on 1 customer reviews)

By None
FromMonroeville, Pa
Fire Pit
Comments about Product:
Because Fire Pit was back logged, the fire starter strips were sent separate . Therefore, I paid twice for shipping. I do believe the two items should have been shipped together. Not very happy!

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