You'll appreciate the contemporary design of the Nepal Fire Pit, its artistry and physical composition unsurpassed by any fire pit on the market. Symbolic of ancient incense burners, the Nepal is shaped like a large cauldron, its round basin host to brilliant yellow flames. Additionally, this wood burning fire pit is made from the heaviest gauge steel available, ensuring that you'll have this functional piece of fire pit art for many years in the future.
- Handcrafted in the USA
- Cut from 1/4 inch thick steel
- Rain drain in the bottom of fire pit
- Triad base
- Coated inside with temperature resistant paint
The Nepal Fire Pit is not just a practical fire pit; it is a piece of art in its own right. It has a standard iron oxide patina finish on the outside. The iron oxide patina will darken a little with time before becoming permanent. The inside is coated with a high temperature resistant paint and has a rain drain in the bottom. The standard triad base of the fire pit has an inside weld to give a smooth and clean look on the outside while maintaining the integrity of the piece.
The Nepal Fire Pit is hand made in the United States by an experienced artist. He grew up in a Mennonite farming village nestled in the Illinois prairie. He learned many things from the hard working farmers and machinists in the township, including the joining together of metals. Using brazing rods and arc welders, the Mennonites repaired and built their farm equipment. Now dozens of years later, he lives and works with his family on the banks of Barton Creek in the rolling hills of Tennessee. Although the tools he uses in metal sculpture have improved over the years, the core skills learned long ago remain the same.