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Large Diamond Glass Flat Guard Fireplace Screen And Tool Set
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Diamond Glass Flat Guard Fireplace Screen And Tool Set

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Large Diamond Glass Flat Guard Fireplace Screen And Tool Set
$69.95 - $209.90
Plow & Hearth Exclusive
An elegant diamond glass panel highlights the mesh screen in our unique Glass Flat Guard Fireplace Screen. The flames flicker and highlight the cut glass for a beautiful fireside show.

Made exclusively for Plow & Hearth, this screen benefits from the lightweight rigidity of a square tubular steel frame. The Tempered Glass Tool Set includes poker, shovel, tongs, broom and stand. Black powder-coat finish.

• Glass flat guard fireplace screen and tool set
• Heavy duty mesh screen with beveled glass top panel
• Black powder-coated tubular steel frame
• Affordable and elegant
• Attractive front feet are scrolled for added style
• Plow & Hearth Exclusive

Large 44" x 33"H
Small 38" x 31"H
Tool Set 11-1/2"W x 30"H

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By Bunker dweller
Poker broke
Comments about Product:
Purchased just 14 months ago. The poker is poorly welded to the handle and broke almost completely off. Cannot use. This set is nice but not sturdy for the use that it gets. Great for decoration.
By Scott
Welds are not Good
Comments about Product:
We purchased the whole set, the screen, boxes, and tools about 10 months ago. The poker is used the most out of the tool set, and was working well, until the shotty weld that connects the poker to the base of the handle started to detach from the handle. It has become unusable. Not sure if it is a defect, but the poker is now useless to me. Lesson learned, I will look into purchasing another poker set that are made of solid pieces no more welded pieces
By Shirl
What a gift! they love them
Comments about Product:
My son-in-law just love these fire place tools.
By MzMon
Form and Function
Comments about Product:
The firetools look nice. They match the screen. Complement the fireplace and the room. easy to access and use. We've had no problems. I recommended them to my neighbor and she too purchased a screen and set of tools.
By Chrisle
Very unsteady
Comments about Product:
We kept the fire screen that matched but sent the tools back they were really cheap looking and the stand was unstable
By Enjoys a good fire
Solid product, useful design.
Comments about Product:
The tools look great on my fireplace, but I am still able to use them with every fire without making a mess.
By Rebecca
Beautiful but not so practical
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The product is beautiful and bought it specifically to go with my fireplace screen; however, the tools' handles are too short and can be a bit scary to use.
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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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