Fire in the Hole: Stone Forest Debuts Vessels of Light Pieces

Stone Forest is on fire this spring, with the introduction of four pieces that will heat your outdoor space.

Known for its Bath Collection and Kitchen & Garden Collection, the company features pieces in stone, bronze, copper, iron and wood. Four that caught our interest include the company's Vesta Fire Table, Helios Fire Vessel, Saturn Fire Vessel and Suspended Fire Vessel.

Vesta Fire Table, provided by Stone Forest

 

Vesta Fire Table

Featuring a granite top and stainless steel base, the Vesta Fire Table includes the blue-gray granite slab, with contrasting polished top and chiseled sides, the stainless steel base, and match-lit trough burner kit.

 


Helios Fire Table, provided by Stone Forest

 

Helios Fire Vessel

In hand-carved solid blue-gray granite, the Helios Fire Vessel has a rough finish and sculptural shape. This piece is condusive to use with a gas line, and clients can get gas kits through Stone Forest.


  

Saturn Fire Vessel, provided by Stone Forest

 

Saturn Fire Vessel

Integrating natural materials, the Saturn Fire Vessel is carved solid black or blue-gray granite and features a polished exterior and rough base. Gas kits can be ordered through Stone Forest.

 


 


 

Suspended Fire Vessel, provided by Stone ForestSuspended Fire Vessel

Made to use with wood fires, the Suspended Fire Vessel is made up of a hand-forged iron basin, suspended between a ntural bolder that has been cleaved in half. Other products joining the company   include the company's Ishi Basin, Ribbed Waterwall, Vesta Fire Table, Horta Dining TAble and Horta Bench.

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