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King Isosceles Sculptural Firebowl

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re natural gas fitting; cover; weight with fireglass

I'm assuming that if you say it can be fitted for natural gas that there is some kind of access hole on the bottom? Also -- it's not maintenance-free if you have to hand-pick leaves out of the fire glass. Is there any kind of flat top available that will fit over the fireglass when not in use? If not -- is this a true circle so that I might have an ironworker make a flat top to keep leaves out? Do you have any estimate about how much it weights when filled with approx. the amount of fireglass show in the photo?
Asked by: MarkeB2000
Thank you for your interest in Frontgate. We consulted with the artist who created the King Isosceles Firebowl, and he had the following answers for your questions: 1. All firebowls have a 1 inch hole in the base that doubles for both drainage and installing natural gas or propane burners. The base does not have a hole on the side unless special ordered… most people plumb the gas by bringing a pipe straight up into the bowl. 2. I do not make a cover at present. It is a true circle and it's relatively simple to have anyone with a CAD/CAM torch setup cut a circle that will fit to cover the bowl. Most steel fabricators can do this at relatively low cost. There are also cloth covers that can be used, though I find them less attractive. 3. The amount of glass used can vary depending on which design of firebowl, what kind of burner is used etc. My suggestion is to order the burner from the vendor I have worked with for many years, Steven Stegall. He can provide the exact weight of burners, glass etc and then just add that to the weight of the firebowl to find total weight of firebowl with glass and burner. Steve provides simple drop in kits for all my designs which have been proven over years of testing. His contact info is: Steven Stegall firecrystals.com email steven@firecrystals.com
Answered by: JHFrontgateService
Date published: 2015-08-04

Can this be set up with a gas burner instead of wood or charcoal

Asked by: Kellissm1
We appreciate your interest in this item. This firebowl is suitable for wood, propane or natural gas and ship ready-to-fit for clean-burning propane or natural gas. The upgrade kit can be purchased separately by contacting Steven Stegall at 805.237.9188.
Answered by: KMFrontgateService
Date published: 2013-10-21

Can it be custom sized?

I'm wondering if we can order a larger one at 48" and shorter base, so it's more secure? Thanks, Susan
Asked by: smm214
Thank you for contacting the Frontgate Product Specialist Department. The King Isosceles Sculptural Firebowl only comes in one size the dimensions are:Overall: 37" dia. x 22"H, 110 lbs. Base: 12" dia. x 6"H.
Answered by: nmuir
Date published: 2013-10-21
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