Braziers, Fire Pits & BBQ, Accessories

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BBQ Tool Set in Carry Bag - The Farthing
BBQ Tool Set in Carry Bag
Sale price£52.99
Black Metal Kindling Maker and Sledgehammer - The Farthing
Buffalo Leather BBQ Apron - The Farthing
Buffalo Leather BBQ Apron
Sale price£78.99
Contemporary Style Round Iron Fire Pit - The Farthing
Extra Large Rusty Steel Outdoor Heater - The Farthing
Extra Large Rusty Steel Outdoor Heater with Log Storage - The Farthing
Metal Rusted Fire Ball with Flat Base - The Farthing
Cast Iron Fire Bowl - The Farthing
Round Cast Iron Fire Bowl
Sale price£97.95
Rusty Metal Leaves Patterned Fire Bowl Globe - The Farthing
Rusty Metal Woodland Fire Bowl Globe - The Farthing
Rusty Red Hedgerow Fire Bowl Globe - The Farthing
Rusty Steel Outdoor Heater - Square - The Farthing
Square Metal Black Fire Basket - The Farthing
Square Metal Black Fire Basket
Sale price£78.99
Traditional Bowl Style Round Iron Fire Pit - The Farthing
Traditional Style Fire pit with Mesh Lid - The Farthing
Tulip Shape Outdoor Fire Basket - The Farthing

Wide Range of Outdoor Braziers & Fire Pits

The ultimate garden accessory, our range of braziers and fire pits bring a unique feel to your garden transforming the atmosphere and mood and bringing a relaxing touch to your garden. Check out our Large cast-iron fire pit for example. They bring a rustic sense of elegance to your outdoor space and can be accompanied by a variety of garden furniture and accessories in any colour.

Picture roaring logs and beautiful shades of yellow, red and orange being emitted from your very own brazier or fire pits on a crisp autumn night wrapped in blankets, taking in the relaxing atmosphere. Sounds good, doesn’t it? Well, you can make this picture a reality by checking out our variety of braziers and fire pits.

Metal garden table fires, copper fire pits & bowls and other rustic products suitable for outdoor fires are perfect for the garden, not only creating a gentle glow with natural flickering flames but creating worthwhile entertaining or relaxing in your outside space. As well as the main Firepit base we also source some bespoke add ons such as tripods & chains for hanging your firepit but also, log carriers and fire gloves. 


Customers receive a 35 day no quibble return policy on each of our products, and if you’re in the UK, you receive FREE delivery on products over £75. On top of our stunning items, we aim to provide a great level of customer service – something which, as a family business, is very important to us.

If you would like to get in touch or have a question about any of our BBQ, braziers and fire pits visit our contact page here.

To find out more about us or our range of Occasional Tables, you can contact a member of our team directly here.

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BBQ’s, Braziers & Fire Pits FAQs

 Are fire pits effective?

Fire pits are much better when considering the health of your garden than a standard bonfire or campfire. However, due to its low elevation, there is still a risk of grass being burnt (unless you have a tripod that suspends the firepit from the ground).

 What's a good size for a fire pit?

The best fire pits are usually between 36 - 44 inches inside diameter. This size should create enough room for a healthy fire but still keep gatherers close enough to chat without getting overheated.

 Where should a fire pit be placed?

Fire pits should be placed on a level surface at all times. They should also be no less than 10 feet away from any structure or building, it is also important to keep them away from any trees, branches, and any other materials that could be flammable.

 How do you clean a fire pit?

You should clean your fire pit using hot soapy water and a soft cloth to scrub the inside of the pit. Rinse the soapy water and dry thoroughly. any sitting water could cause the fire pit to rust.

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