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I had seen several fire pits made for cooking. This is my version. I would love to hear your comments and opinions(even the negative ones).
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Any cowboy would be happy to have that to cook on.  Have an apple!
 
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That is absolutely beautiful!
 
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This reminds me of the dutch oven set that I purchased https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0160UHWDQ  

Of course yours is something like 100 times more unique, beautiful and useful.  

If you were to make them for people, how much could you sell one for (without the dutch oven and pans)?
 
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William Wallace wrote:This reminds me of the dutch oven set that I purchased https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0160UHWDQ  

Of course yours is something like 100 times more unique, beautiful and useful.  

If you were to make them for people, how much could you sell one for (without the dutch oven and pans)?




They are made from harrow discs. I sell them as a unit $650.00. These are 18" dia.  I just got hold of  a stack of 30"  dia. to make a larger version. Go to dropbox link for pics of
log furniture that I also make. Thank you for your comments.

   log furniture:  https://www.dropbox.com/sh/pq9hfk8rqr7l416/AADQZxeku_HGeIBLpz4MeasIa?dl=0
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