Africa's Big Five 41" Fire Pit

SKU#: FIRE-BIG5    ID#: 5584
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Africa's Big Five 41" Fire Pit

SKU#: FIRE-BIG5    ID#: 5584
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About this Item


  • Main image shown with Standard Iron-Oxide Patina finish.
  • Reminisce about your African safari adventures around a fire pit.
  • Huge 41 in. round fire bowl made of 1/4 inch thick carbon steel.
  • Finish matures and darkens a few shades with use over time.


Width58.00 in
Height28.00 in
Length58.00 in
Weight775.00 lbs
Burner Size24.00 in
Hidden TankNo 
Hose Length18.00 in
Heating FuelLiquid Propane, Natural Gas, Wood Burning 
Ignition TypeMatch Lit 
Burner Pan Size24.00 in
Country of OriginUSA 
Fire Pit MaterialCarbon Steel 
Lava Rock/Fireglass Weight60.00 lbs
Lava Rock/Fireglass IncludedYes 


Honoring Africa's Big Five game, the Fire Pit Art Africa's Big Five Fire Pit is beautifully hand-cut and -crafted. Each fire pit is individually created and signed by the designer. Constructed using high-quality, thick carbon steel, this functional art piece is sure to endure years of heavy use. The exterior utilizes a standard iron-oxide patina that will slightly darken with time, and then it will become permanent. The interior contains a heat-resistant finish, and has a one and a half inch rain drain. No maintenance required. This fire pit features the Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Leopard, and Cape Buffalo. Add a special kind of style and personality to your outdoor setting with Africa's Big Five Fire Pit.

Please be aware of any local ordinances that may restrict or govern the use of this product prior to purchasing.

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

At A Glance

  • Assembly Requiredassembly required
  • Made In USAMade in USA
  • Natural Gasnatural gas heating fuel
  • Wood Burningwood burning heating fuel
  • Liquid Propaneliquid propane heating fuel

Product Protection

You do not need to do anything to the carbon steel to maintain it's finish. If you would like to smooth out the weathered surfaces, you can use a Scotch Brite pad to gently rub the steel. This will cause some of the rust barrier to break off and fall to the ground. Be sure to thoroughly clean the ground surface after this process. You can use water to clean the surfaces after this process.

Do not get water into any of the burner components. Water in the burner components can cause dangerous back pressure. If you think there is water in the burner components, call a licensed technician to check the burner before use.

Fire Pit with Gas Option
Fire pits should be inspected before initial use and inspected and cleaned at least annually by a qualified field service person. Periodically remove the logs, glass or lava rock and examine the burner. If dirty, clean with a soft brush. Also, examine the area around the Propane/Air Mixer. Any dirt or lint in this area should be removed. This will ensure long life and trouble free operation. When the fire pit is put back in service, check the burner flame patterns; it is imperative that the burner flame characteristics are steady, not lifting or floating. Periodically check the hose connecting the LP gas cylinder to ensure it is not damaged in any way. While the fire pit is not in use, it should be covered to protect it from weather and other adverse elements. Not protecting the fire pit could result in a void of the warranty.

Carbon (soot) may build up on the surfaces of the logs with heavy use. This is more likely to occur when using LP gas. The soot should be cleaned off the surface of the logs periodically to prevent excessive buildup. To clean the logs, be sure the fire is out, the gas supply is turned off and the logs are cool to the touch. The soot can then be brushed off with a dry bristle brush or cloth. Logs can be damaged if mishandled. Dispose of soot and cleaning materials properly. Keep away from clothing, pets and outdoor furniture.