pink drops, clear diamonds and a splash of gold for added color.
The fireplace below is a propane self build and installed by Norm Oppliger in St. Louis.
The table below was built for Jim Shaw in Riverside California.
The stainless steel tray with stainless steel burners was build to Jim's specs.
We used bronze glass, bronze reflective glass and pink diamonds.
This was a natural gas burner and could be easily converted to propane.
The fireplace below has evergreen and reflective, emerald green topper,
pink rosa, azurlite, cobalt blue topper, olive green topper, green diamonds
and blue tubes toppers.
They had use their existing pan burner which was a double burner and worked out just fine.
The fountain below was converted to a fire pit with black magic.
We use a several hundred pounds of lava rock then topped it with crushed lava rock
to keep the materials from falling through.
After we placed the black magic on the lava rock
Craig topped it with clear pyrite
(clear with sterling silver coating) clear diamonds,
black, black reflective and now he has one cool fire feature.
We will show you from beginning to end.
Here you can see the lightly coated black magic with our glass for accents and sparkle.
Here you can see the diamonds.
When you see the diamonds in the fire they appear to be melting
but actually they are only reflecting inside which looks like they are meting.
They are made from crystal.
And with everything just right you have the black magic look!
The fireplace below is in Palm Desert California and was a self install with a crushed lava base,
clear over the lava, starfire on top of the clear and topped
with amber diamondsadn a splash of our gold .
It looked great until they found the burner was too close
to the back which burned the back wall.
I don't know if this was repaired
as we did send paint and instructions on how to prevent this in the future.
The fireplace looked great except for the "skid mark" on the back wall.
Above it still looked good here!
About our diamonds, they are made of crystal and when you see them in the fireplace
you actually see the fire reflection reflecting the flame backward
as if the diamonds were melting from the inside.
The fire pit below belongs to Mike DeVito in Northern California.
When I saw his idea I was excited to help him create something new and wonderful.
He took a very old mining cart in his front yard
and we helped him convert it to a propane burning fire pit!
Turned out pretty cool!
Net he is getting a fire pit cover made to cover it from debrisand who else knows what.
We use a FPPK (fire pit propane kit) with valves, thermo coupler,
pilot light and air mixer. The glass that was use is:
Starfire base glass over a bed of crushed lava rock,
Yellow Amber Topper
Steel Blue Topper
Turquoise Blue Topper
Copper Ruby Red Topper
Ice Ice Ice
and of course our Diamonds in Clear, Pink, Amber and Blue.
I think this is one really nice idea!
It is all supplied by this 20 lb propane tank
Here is the mining cart with the base plate installed with the burners
Here you see the controls, air mixer and thermo coupler
and pilot light lines under the base place
You can use a larger (3/4", 1" lava) as a base under our 1/4" crushed lava
as this will save you a few dollars.
Now we pour on the crushed lava to keep the glass from sinking into the larger lava.
Add some starfire
Splash a few colors
Have your spouse light it in case something should go wrong! (Just Kidding)
Again here are the first pictures we saw of the mining cart. Great Idea!
Mike, you did a great job!
Below are some of our newest Diamonds, 2 1/2"! Soon to be out.
Click HERE to see how it was made, allong with Videos or on the pictures below: