Cornell Wood Burning Fire Pit
The Cornell Wood Burning Fire Pit in warm brushed bronze offers an understated, sleek bowl shape in a 31” diameter perfect for medium and large decks and patios. The Cornell fire pit requires minimal assembly and comes with a lift-off fire screen, and a multipurpose fire tool/screen lifter.
- 31"W x 9"H steel bowl
- Decorative brushed bronze finish
- One-piece dome spark screen with high heat paint
- Screen lift tool included
- 35"Dia x 25"H
Spark screen, screen lift tool
Wood grate, cover
1 year limited warranty
ABOUT THE MANUFACTURER
Well Traveled Living is a designer, importer and distributor of outdoor living products. Established in 1998, they were a major force in popularizing clay chimneys in the United States. Since then, they have expanded their line to include a full range of innovative outdoor living products including outdoor heating, patio and home and garden products. Well Traveled Living is sure to have what you need to create your perfect outdoor living space.
|Product Type||Fire Pit|
|Location||Outdoor Use Only|
|Dimensions||35"Dia x 25"H|
|Fire Bowl Dimension||31"Dia x 9"H|
|Product Weight||33 lbs|
|Ignition Type||Match Lit|
|Manufacturer||Well Traveled Living|
INFO AND GUIDES
LEGAL DISCLAIMER AND WARNINGS
Product packaging, owners’ manuals, installation instructions, and/or operating instructions may include more information than what is shown on our website. The content on our site is intended to be used for reference purposes only. Please fully read all included manuals and documentation before installing or using this product.
PLEASE NOTE: This fire pit is not recommended for use on surfaces that aren't entirely resistant to heat. If you intend to use this product on wooden or other combustible surfaces, you must place a non-flammable and heat-resistant material such as concrete pavers, brick, or stone between the fire pit and the surface.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Carbon Monoxide, Diisononyl Phthalate (DINP) and Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthlate (DEHP), which are known to the State of California to cause birth defects, cancer or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.