4 Piece Wrought Iron Fireplace Tool Set - Black Finish

Item # 1261443

4.667 out of 5 Customer Rating (3) Reviews

4 Piece Wrought Iron Fireplace Tool Set - Black Finish

Item # 1261443

4.667 out of 5 Customer Rating (3) Reviews

Stately Uniflame Black Wrought Iron Fireplace Tool Set lends an air of sophistication to any home's decor! Check out the substantial crooked handles with additional ball detail. Wide, scroll-like feet set this tool set off perfectly! Each of the four...

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Stately Uniflame Black Wrought Iron Fireplace Tool Set lends an air of sophistication to any home's decor! Check out the substantial crooked handles with additional ball detail. Wide, scroll-like feet set this tool set off perfectly! Each of the four included tools finds it home atop rounded hooks. The entire piece is a decorative accent any home would love to display!

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Specifications

  • Type: Tool Set
  • Number of Tools: 3 Tool
  • Tool Type: Tongs | Broom | Poker | Shovel
  • Material: Wrought Iron
  • Color Family: Black
  • Style: Rustic
  • Height: 33"
  • Base Width: 14"
  • Base Depth: 14"
  • Color: Black
  • Assembly Required: Some Assembly Required
  • Item Weight: 19 lbs.
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Excellent product. They were deliver on time. I have really enjoyed using them.

Fireplace tools

Excellent product. They were deliver on time . I have really enjoyed using them.

fireplace tools

Very happy in general but wonder if 4 prongs on the tools would be easier to pick up the wood