- Easy to assemble with detailed instructions included
- Stylish Fire Pit Brazier & tiled outdoor coffee table with barbecue grill and pull-out centre
- Dimensions: 76 x 76 x 57 cm (L x W x H)
- Makes a great feature on any patio with pastel mosaic design
- Includes Safety mesh lid, log grate, poker and rain cover
Harima Alaz - Round Outdoor Garden Mosaic Fire Pit Table
The Harima Fire Pit Table takes it name from the fire God Alaz. Alaz (Turkish: Alaz, Azerbaijanese: Alaz) is god of fire in Turkic mythology. Also known as Alas-Batyr or sometimes Alaz Khan. He is an important deity in folk beliefs and son of Kayra.
If you are looking to entertain guests or having a party or simply want to decorate your garden our Table Fire Pit is an excellent choice. The Table Fire Pit comes with a BBQ / Barbecue grill. To create an impressive ambience and warmth to any social event in your patio or garden, our Fire Pit burns any type of fuel and gives off plenty of heat. This is the perfect garden furniture.
Colour: Cream and brown tabletop, black legs
Height: 57 cm 22.4 Inch
Full Table Diameter: 76 cm 30 Inch
Fire Bowl Diameter: 51 cm 20 Inch
Round Log Grate
Tile / Slate Table Top with Center Lid to work as a coffee table
ADVISORY NOTE PLEASE ENSURE YOU CURE YOUR PRODUCT BEFORE USE TO PROLONG THE LIFE AND IMAGE OF THE ITEM. FAILURE TO COMPLETE THESE STEPS WILL RESULT IN PREMATURE PAINT PEELING AND RUSTING.
- Fit the cooking grate grate as required. This should not normally be fitted while using the Chiminea for heating, but will allow the paint on the grate to cure at the same time as on the rest of the unit.
- Using kindling only, light a small fire that should burn for 15-20 minutes. While the Chiminea is still warm, set and light another 15-20 minute kindling fire.
- A full fire should then be burnt for approximately 45-60 minutes, again starting while the Chiminea is still warm, then allowed to cool naturally.
- This will complete your curing process.
- Once cured, keep fires to a sensible size avoiding flames coming out from the top of the chimney.