Luxury Fire Pit, unique Design, BBQ & Sundial
£550.00 – £600.00
A good friend of ours Paul, a local fabricator, laser cuts and then handcrafts these beautiful handmade Firepits/ BBQ/ Garden features that will make an amazing feature point of any garden.
Want free delivery or have a question? Drop Will a message or call 07853 807 081
Luxury Handmade Fire Pit Built in Yorkshire
This Luxury handmade fire pit is designed to be a bit different. Also serving as a simple and classy BBQ and sundial sculpture bringing a touch of elegance to any garden or outdoor space. Designed to be the highest quality the fire bowl has been laser cut from thick 3mm steel which is heavy-duty. It has a two-coat heatproof paint which protects the fire pit from both fire and the weather.
There is nothing quite like the feeling of being gathered around an open fire and enjoying time with friends and family in your garden. This bespoke fire pit will allow you to enjoy the open space in style, while keeping you warm and well-fed. Each one of these unusual fire pits is hand-made and has been designed and built by a good friend of ours, a metal fabricator who is based in Yorkshire.
Also available to hire click here for more info
The Handmade Fire Bowls Come With:
A stainless steel grill which is great for BBQ's and handles
A beautiful sundial which turns this bespoke fire pit into an interesting feature for any garden
A removable sliding ashtray for easy cleaning
Fire Pit Size Options:
Extra Large 1230mm Diameter x 460mm (price on application)
Large: 950mm diameter x 460mm tall
Small: 750mm diameter x 460mm tall
These exclusive handmade fire pits are made to order so please allow up to 14 days for UK only delivery. The cost of delivery is £55 excluding highlands and islands (we're currently offering free delivery but this ends soon)
Fire Pit Advice
This Luxury Fire Bowl has been designed so you can cook your favorite BBQed foods on it as well as enjoy the heat it can provide. Here is a small guide as to how to get the most out of your fire bowl:
- Light the fire a good amount of time, roughly 1 hour, before you want to eat.
- Line the base of the fire pit with scrumpled-up paper and criss-cross small sticks on top of each other leaving space for air to get in.
- Light the paper in several places. It can often help to use a fire blower, blowpipe or very carefully (you don't want to lose your eyebrows) blow on the fire to get the sticks firmly alight.
- Once the stick are alight start adding small bits of firewood, again trying to criss-cross them to allow for air eventually putting larger pieces of firewood on.
- When you can see there are glowing orange embers and lots of heat coming from the fire pit let the flames die down a little.
- Carefully use the detachable handles to place the bbq attachment on the fire pit and cook away. Consider using heat-resistant gloves to make sure you are well protected.
- Remove the detachable handles from the fire pit to ensure they don't get hot.
- When you have finished cooking use the detachable handles to pick up the grill. Take care to not touch the grill (heat-resistant gloves should be used to do this).
- Add a few small logs to build the fire up again gradually increasing the size.
Watch this video of paul walking us around his own personal hand-made Fire Pit
Remember, due to high fees on other sites it's cheaper to buy here 😀
Fire Bowl Safety Warning
*** Warning Fire pits can be extremely dangerous and can cause serious harm to life and property. Always ensure a fire pit is supervised by a competent adult. Never leave a fire bowl unattended. If being placed on wooden decking a heat-proof matt should be used. There should be at least 2 meters distance between the fire pit any building with nothing overhanging that area. Only seasoned firewood should be used. This will ensure that your fire pit burns hotter and cleaner reducing smoke and atmospheric damage ***
Can I Put My Fire Pit On Grass
For optimal safety and performance, we recommend placing your fire pit on a solid, non-combustible surface. However, if you wish to set it up on grass, ensure you use a fire-resistant mat or elevate it on a stand to prevent any potential damage or hazards.