The Fish Wood Burning Fireball by Fireball Firepits combines both art and functionality. Paying homage to the creatures of the lake, this underwater scene is brimming with foliage, crappies, walleyes, and northern pike fish. Constructed from 1/4" thick carbon steel sphere this fire pit is designed for lasting durability allowing for years of enjoyment. The fire pit features an intricate hand cut design, and a metal numbered nameplate ensuring quality, durability and originality. The iron oxide finish will darken naturally over time creating a stunning worry free surface in any climate or weather conditions. The Fish Wood Burning Fireball also features a rain drain to allow water to drain thru.
Made to order, Fireball Firepits are handcrafted in the USA and are numbered for authenticity. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
- 1/4" thick carbon steel sphere
- Hand cut design elements
- Maintenance free iron oxide finish
- Rain drain
- Ready to use in all weather conditions
- Lifetime Warranty
- Made in the USA
- Numbered for authenticity
Storage cover, spark screen, log grate
No assembly required
ABOUT THE MANUFACTURER
Fireball, LLC--the original Fireball Firepit company– is located in the heart of Minnesota lakes country where scenes from the surrounding wilderness are incorporated into every design. Fireball Firepits got its start when the artist and founder, Eva Asplin, was creating a gift for her sister. Working on the driveway, passerby's were hooked at seeing a "fireball," so unlike the traditional fire pits on the market. After seeing such a huge interest and demand, Fireball Firepits was born. Combining her joy of getting to know her customers and the skills that she learned from her mentor and friend, Eva set out to create unique, one-of-a-kind pieces that people would enjoy for generations. Since those early beginnings, Fireball Firepits has grown to an international company, shipping to customers worldwide. But despite that growth, each fire pit is still hand cut to order and each fall, Eva fondly pays tribute to her mentor by crafting jack-o-lanterns from recycled propane tanks in his memory. "A burning passion for art summarizes my philosophy that persistence and passion can take you on some of life’s greatest journeys."