Our Handcrafted Metal Frog And Lotus Firepot Side Table will leap into your garden, patio or deck, and impress frog lovers and guests of any age! A unique piece of art for any outdoor living space, this tree frog end table is handmade from recycled sheet metal by Bali artisans. The vibrant, hand painted colors of this detailed accent table are only the beginning of it's unique characteristics. Featuring a leaf-inspired green table, a speckled orange tree frog sits on the table's top next to a built-in delicate pink lotus firepot. Inside the lotus bloom is a small firepot ready to bring an entertaining glow to your next evening gathering. Sturdy and durable enough to live outdoors all season long, this fun, yet functional, end table is sure to hop into conversations among family and friends. A whimsical piece of outdoor furniture for frog and nature lovers. Frog can be attached to the table in different fun-loving positions. Wind & Weather Exclusive Design.
This ceramic firepot can be used indoors or out when fueled with our safe, environmentally friendly Organica BioFuel and Media Conversion Kit, sold separately. For use in firepots and flamepots, Organica BioFire Safety Fuel for Firepots works with the Organica Media Conversion Kit to create a lovely, entertaining flame in your indoor or outdoor firepot. Simply place the Organica Media into your firepot fuel cup and then pour in the Organica BioFire Safety Fuel just to the top of the media. The fuel will only burn while in contact with the media, which makes it an extra safe burning option.
• Lotus Firepot And Frog Metal Accent Table • Handcrafted by Bali artisans from reclaimed sheet metal • Colorful, hand painted metal • Features an orange speckled tree frog • Pink lotus holds a small firepot
Dimensions 17-1/2" dia. x 24"H
Frog And Lotus Firepot Side Table
Organica BioFuel Starter Set
Organica Media Conversion Kit
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