Reminiscent of playful days on a sandy beach this Handcrafted Seashells And Starfish Iron Fire Pit design speaks to summer, but its quality and overall appeal will have you enjoying our sturdy outdoor fire pit well into fall. And with its welded, 1/4" thick, carbon steel construction and weatherproof iron oxide patina, this metal yard sculpture will hold up in all weather conditions.
This nautical fire pit is as relaxing as it is functional for a piece of metal yard art you can use year-round. Designed to add fiery magic to your evenings on the deck, patio in the backyard, or on the beach, the inner bowl has a high temperature resistant coating and a 1-1/2" diameter rain drain. The outer iron oxide patina is maintenance-free so the coastal fire pit can be left outside in the elements. Patina matures and darkens with time and use. Interior features a hand-rolled coat of high temperature resistant black paint. Each unique steel fire pit is made in the USA and individually numbered by the artist on an attached brass plaque.
If you're considering a fire pit, our resin-rich 10 lb. Box of Fatwood Kindling will get your fire going fast. Quick and convenient, two sticks of fatwood can easily start a roaring fire–no newspapers or chemicals needed! Nature's best kindling, easy-start Fatwood is perfect for campfires, wood stoves or fireplaces.
• Outdoor Steel Nautical Fire Pit • Features steel cutouts of seashells and starfish • High-temperature resistant black paint interior • Outer iron oxide patina is maintenance-free • Weather durable
Size Fire pit 36" dia. x 22"H overall with 19" dia. x 6"H steel base, 110 lbs. Fatwood 10 lb. box
Shipping Fire pit, please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Fatwood, cannot ship to a PO Box. Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.
Handcrafted Seashells And Starfish Iron Fire Pit
Extra Shipping Charge $5.00
10 lb. Box Of Fatwood Kindling
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