The Roman Fire Pit is a classic example of a simple fire brazier that could have been found within the bounds of any camp in the Roman army, whether they were camped outside a city in peace times or besieging city walls in times of war. Braziers like this would have been spread about a Roman army camp in order to provide light in the evening and night, as well as to provide warmth during the colder months. The braziers design, cage-like and composed of several iron-metal slats, is designed to hold in burnable materials while allowing much of the fires heat to escape. This brazier has a great darkened, cast-iron look that makes it look like an authentic relic of history, even though the Roman Fire Pit is actually just a replica, albeit a fantastic looking replica that would make a great addition to any history enthusiasts collection, as well as a great addition to any Roman army re-enactment.
- A Replica Brazier Used in Roman Camps
- Features an Quality Darkened Iron Appearance
- Made from Quality Materials
- A Great Display Piece or Collectors Item
- Makes for a Great Medieval Gift Idea
- 24 Inches Tall
- 18 Inch Circumference