The history of Islamorada, a tiny island of 11 acres in the Florida Keys, has a colorful maritime story dating back to the early 1500s. Most notably, Spanish treasure fleets were often wrecked on its reefs. The goods and booty salvaged from these vessels gave rise to a thriving ‘wrecking industry’.
This ‘Maritime Treasure’ Fireball sits comfortably in the sand – as if an ancient artifact floated in with the tide, now repurposed and re-imagined as Functional Fine Art.
Specifications: The metal sphere fire pit ‘Maritime Treasure’ Fireball is 58" in diameter and is propane-burning. The unfinished steel has weathered beautifully in this exposed coastal environment.