Hand made outdoor fire pit



Man has always been fascinated by fire ever since he discovered it and he has tried and succeeded to tame it and use it in his own advantage. Even nowadays when everything works with electricity and we have so many gadgets, people feel the need to go out and start a fire, to feel its power and warmth. So there are some artists like this designer who decided to make a statement and hand made some fire pits. This Hand made outdoor fire pit is called Manta Ray Fire Pit and it looks great. It immediately draws attention and you can say that people can do anything when they want to. They can even bent steel according to their will.

This fire pit is made of one quarter inch ( 6.35 mm) thick steel and it looks a bit like a broken egg shell that shelters the fire inside. You can also compare it with an Olympic torch keeping the fire lit all the time or simply with the fire started in the past, long ago, when the fire was in the middle of the village, warming the villagers and protecting them. The product is both functional and decorative, being a work of art at the same time with a home tool. It has an iron oxide patina finish or high temperature paint on the outside. It is made in USA and is available for $790.


Published by in Outdoor, on July 17th, 2012

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