List price: $89.99
- Metal has a black matte finish
- Each platform is 3-inch w
- Holds ten candles
Beautiful as a "fire in the fireplace" replacement!, September 22, 2012
I stopped building fires in the fireplace many years ago for a number of reasons. However, I truly missed the ambience of a real fire in the fireplace. Candles were an option, but a fire several years ago made me hesitant to light them anywhere around the house.Solution? Place a...
Beautiful, January 28, 2013
Beautiful for a fireplace, November 15, 2013
Looks beautiful in our fireplace. My only complaint was that I did not know that it came with prongs to stick real candles in when I bought it. I had already bought flameless candles so we did not have to replace the candles all the time and had to do some fancy positioning in order to fit the...
List price: $89.99
- Holds nine candles
- Layered rows of varying heights
- Each platform is 3-inch w
Simple but effective, March 16, 2013
At first I thought this would be too flimsy. Once I got the candles on it, it seemed very stable and the simple design works well. It turned the black hole of our fireplace into a brighter focal point even when the candles aren't burning. The only drawback is that it has little spikes for the...
Sadly disappointed..., January 1, 2014
I purchased this for Christmas and thought it would be nice to use instead of my fireplace for visual aesthetics and since I like to go to bed without waiting for the fire to go out, I considered it to be a good investment....blow out the candles, how hard could that be? Anyway, upon arrival, I...
Nice product, May 14, 2013
List price: $99.99
- Holds 11 tea lights (included)
- The rustic charm of a flickering fire is re-created with this clever, handcrafted resin log sculpture
- Measures 24-inches wide, 11-inches deep and 10-inches high,
Nice Ambiance For Non-Working Fireplace, May 4, 2009
This product arrived exactly as pictured and was priced a bit lower on Amazon than other websites. I placed it on a fireplace grate to raise the height of the 'logs' and sprinked a few pine cones around the base of the grate. When lit it creates a nice ambiance in our sunroom which has a...
Looks real., August 17, 2010
Very happy customer, September 1, 2010
List price: $74.99
- Candles not included
- Black finish
- Measures 19-inch to 50-inch w by 11-inch h
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'Tis the season to celebrate safely - FireEngineering.com'Tis the season for celebrations, which means cozy fires, cooking, decorating and entertaining. It also means an increased risk of injury and fires. "The holiday season can be stressful and chaotic, and we are urging the public to make sure they don't overlook safety as they prepare for and celebrate the holidays," said Brett Brenner, president of the Electrical Safety Foundation International. "A proactive approach to safety is essential to keeping family, friends and guests safe during their holiday season activities. The National Fire Protection Association reports that 30 percent of all home fires and 38 percent of home fire deaths occur during December, January and February. About 35,000 Americans die each year in.
South Jersey historic homes open for the holiday touring season - Gloucester County Times - NJ.comAnd a good way to get into the spirit of the season is to take a look inside other people’s houses — all decked out for the holidays. There are several holiday house tours throughout the region to get you into the mood. So take a break from shopping, and instead, take a peek inside these historic homes for inspiration and a dose of seasonal fun. The Historic Bridgeton Holiday House Tour — set for Saturday, Dec. 1 — includes the east side, west side and all around the downtown. A close-up of some of the best of the best of a historic district that contains more than 2,000 individual properties — New Jersey’s largest.
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This is Holkham Hall. Holkham Hall is the home of the Coke family. The Holkham Estate was purchased in 1609 by Sir Edward Coke. The house was built in the 18th century for Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester. Was...
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An interesting angle on some random stuff near the fireplace. This was handheld at 1/25... I surprised it wasn't blurry to be honest.
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The candle holder in the fireplace is from Colonial Candle , and I ...