ADEZZ Corten Steel Fire Bowls
Industrial Corten Steel and Fire make for a stunning match in any outdoor setting. Our extensive range of Fire Bowls is functional, timeless in appearance and low maintenance. Extra-large sizes are now available including a show-stopping 200cm diameter model that is sure to keep your guests warm all year round.
LOW MAINTENANCE BEST-SELLING FIRE BOWLS
With a timeless appearance and sleek design, our popular range of hard-wearing Corten Steel Fire Bowls are sure to enhance any outdoor space and keep your guests warm. Fire Bowls from 60cm up to a massive 200cm in diameter, fabricated from 3mm Corten Steel and natural in appearance are the must-have low maintenance garden feature this season.
Visiting friends, going on holiday, planning a camping trip, having a romantic evening with your partner at the beach? (pictured above). Why not take your Fire Bowl with you!
ELEVATED FIRE BOWLS THAT BBQ!
Corten Steel Cosa Elevated Fire Bowls are perfect for heating any outdoor space. An optional stainless steel grill and carbon steel baking tray transform the Cosa Elevated Fire Bowls into BBQs and perfect for entertaining your guests all year round.
Celebrating 21 Years Online in 2021
"Well, doesn't time, fly! Thank you very much to all customers new and old for your support, we genuinely appreciate your business in an industry that we have remained passionate for over the last two decades. We look forward to the next 21 years. Note, a recent delivery that I made of large garden pots to the Isle of Bute in traitorous weather conditions (there and back) was far easier than getting Heidi to agree to have her picture on our new website!" Jeremy.
Pictured above. (2014) Lucy at Chenies Manor House Garden Show, Hertfordshire. (2012) Warehouse Manager Daniel, sitting on top of an ADEZZ Corten Steel Water Feature. (2015) Lucy, again this time at Helmingham Hall Spring Garden Fair, Suffolk. (2009) Tom sweeping up at 25 Soho Square, London W1. (2007) Jeremy, standing next to Riverhill Garden Supplies best-selling Terracotta Florentine Planters and finally (2017) Heidi, taking a break at RHS Chelsea!