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Azteca Extra Large Grey Mexican Chimenea

£189.99

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Mexican chimenea made in Mexico
Excellent design and burning function
Burns wood leaves hardly any ashes
Clay absorbs heat and acts as radiator
Complete with steel stand and clay lid
No assembly required
Painted in rustic finish
125cm height includes lid & stand
Dimensions (L x W x H)55 × 55 × 125 cm
MaterialClay
BrandGardeco
Main ColourGrey
SizeExtra Large

Frequently Bought Together

+ Kiln Dried Firewood Logs (Small Crate) + Suede Fire Resistant Gloves + Pack of Natural Firelighters + Clay Cooking Crown For Clay Chimeneas + Clay Chimenea Winter Coat - Extra-Large / Jumbo
Price for all:   £338.44

Description

Enliven your patio with this original and genuine Mexican chimenea. The Azteca model is in the style of original Mayan and Aztec designs. A showpiece of style and taste in your garden. This model comes with metal stand and clay lid and is 125cm high. It is wider and larger and can take bigger logs. Ideal for bigger gardens.

Mexican chimeneas are the best functioning burners of all patio fires. Their structure and design perfected over centuries in Central America make them the easiest chimeneas to light and the most efficient burners. No need for roaring fires the clay becomes hot and radiates the heat.