Steel Weave Firewood Basket - Black

Item # 1650544

4 out of 5 Customer Rating (3) Reviews

Steel Weave Firewood Basket - Black

Item # 1650544

4 out of 5 Customer Rating (3) Reviews

Carry your firewood easily with the Steel Weave Firewood Basket - Black. You can also use this bucket to store your firewood neatly inside. Constructed of black steel it is heavy duty. The handles compliment the design and make moving it easier.

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Carry your firewood easily with the Steel Weave Firewood Basket - Black. You can also use this bucket to store your firewood neatly inside.

Constructed of black steel it is heavy duty. The handles compliment the design and make moving it easier.

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Specifications

  • Type: Indoor Wood Racks
  • Material: Steel
  • Color Family: Black
  • Overall Width: 22"
  • Overall Height: 10"
  • Color: Black
  • Assembly Required: None
  • Item Weight: 5 lbs.
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This piece is perfect for our home decor. It holds two carring bags full. This was a great present for Christmas. It is sturdy and fit perfect on the ledge infront of the fireplace.

Black Steel Weave Log Bucket

Big, attractive, and light in weight but sturdy. It is so big that small pieces get 'lost' in it. At the same time it contains all the little bits and pieces - like bark bits - and makes it a lot easier to dispose of.

Log bucket

Appearance was not as expected, and the metal is too thin. The capacity would be good for logs, but I decided to use it for a different purpose due to it's flimsyness.