Metal Lid For Fire Pit Art Asia 48" Fire Pit - AS48LID

MSRP: $430.00
$375.00
(You save $55.00 )
SKU:
AS48LID
Condition:
New
Availability:
Usually ships in 8-10 days (custom made)
Weight:
50.00 LBS
Width:
51.00 (in)
Height:
2.00 (in)
Depth:
53.00 (in)

Product Overview

firepitartlogo.jpg51 inch Metal Lid for the 48 inch Asia Fire Pit Art fire pit.

Cover the complete top of yout fire pit with inside edges to keep the fire pit from sliding off the top of the fire pit. The lid is made from one quarter inch thick mild carbon steel like the material the fire pit is constructed from and has an applied iron oxide patina on the outside. When not burning, the fire pit can also be used as a table.

 Approx: 50 lbs. 

TO BE INCLUDED IN FREE SHIPPING THIS WILL ONLY BE SHIPPED WITH THE 48" ASIA FIRE PIT

Fire Pit Art® fire pits are created from one quarter inch ( 6.35 mm) thick steel. This is by far the thickest gauge metal used in any fire pit available today. This heavy duty fabrication assures you of owning this functional piece of fire art for years and years to come. These fire pits have an iron oxide patina on the outside which will darken as it ages. The inside is coated with a high temperature resistant paint and includes a rain drain hole which can also be used to insert a gas flex hose if you choose to convert the fire pit into a gas burning version. Created by Rick Wittrig using 100 % American Steel.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Rick Wittrig was born and raised in a tiny Mennonite farming village amid the endless sea of corn and soybeans that is the Illinois prairie. He learned steel fabrication and carpentry skills building farm equipment and homes. Admiring the strong work ethic, high quality products and integrity of the craftsman with whom he worked, Rick carries those values into creating his functional steel art. He now lives on Barton’s Creek in Tennessee with his family and enjoys making beautiful fire pits for others to enjoy. A highlight in his career was creating a commissioned Fire Pit for 2010 Winter Olympics in Whistler B.C. Canada.