Our traditional Azteca Mexican chiminea, standing 95cm high on the stand, is the perfect size for patios and makes an attractive and eco-friendly patio or garden heater. As with many of our other chimineas, this chiminea is also suitable for barbecues and its traditional design, inspired by Aztec art, will make it a great focal point for any garden. Gather family or friends around for warm drinks in the cooler autumn and spring evenings, or use as an occasional barbecue in the summer.
The Azteca comes complete with a stand and matching lid and needs no assembly. These traditionally-styled chimineas are always popular and are a talking-point even when not in use.
All Mexican chimineas have a particularly strong draw through the mouth, meaning a cleaner, hotter flame, and the design of the chiminea helps prevent sparks, unlike an open fire. These models are easy to light, and with no assembly necessary, they're a great addition to any garden.
A BBQ grill can also be used with these chimineas, making them not good for outdoor heating, but great for entertaining, too!
As with all of our clay chimineas and fire bowls, this product is hand-made and hand-finished so shapes, sizes, and colours may vary slightly.
You should always season a clay chiminea before use. More information can be found on our blog.
|Height (inc lid and stand for chimineas)||95cm|
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|Customer Comment||Our Response|
|It's a very attractive piece and looks lovely in the garden|
|Exactly as it looked and was described. Couldn't have been better|
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Review by Gordon
Ordered on Friday and turned up Tuesday. Looks exactly as if does on the image on here and is absolutely perfect. Best value for money i could find and the service has been superb. A very worthwhile purchase and my other half is going to love her Christmas present. (Posted on 07/12/2011)