Billy Idol and Nicholette Sheridan at the
AMA American Music Awards 2004
FIREPLACES AND FIRE-PITS:
The picture above is Clear and Gold
The two fire pits above are Azurlite
Click HERE or on the picture below to see how this was installed and what we used!
The fireplace above is Bronze Reflective and Black Reflective over a base of Bronze.
The 2 fireplaces above are a clear base with 1 lb Clear Pyrite as a topper. This fireplace was also a self install with 2" of lava rock as a base.
The two fireplaces above are that of Jay Arthur done with Starfire and 2 lbs of Gold as a topper. Great job Jay!
The 3 ground cover effects pictures above are in Colorado done with Azurlite and Gray
This first picture below is a fireplace which is ready for an install and this is how easy it really is! The installation is our 2" method which saves you 1/3 the cost of the glass! Don't be fooled by the antics of some installers. The glass used in this installation is Blue Green Reflective.
After the fireplace has been cleaned and is now ready for paint. We have installed the burner which is as easy as hooking up a garden hose.
This is a little hard to see but we have 2" of crushed lava rock under the burner which is actually your new base.
We now have pulled the burner to the top surface and covered the lava rock with sand to expose the burner. We then adjusted the flame pattern by turning the burners to obtain our flame direction.
Here is the finished product with Blue Green Reflective and who would know that there is a 2" base of filler underneath?
The fireplace of Jim Drewett in Pasadena, Ca. before our new pan
Here is a close up of the new pan (call for details)
Here is the finished product of the New Pan!
Fireplace on Red Hill, Andre Silva, just a nice fire, no pan.
This is the same fireplace as above, but we changed it to Starfire and
added an aluminum frame with a special glass.
Again the same fireplace by evening.
By late evening with the glow of the new glass.
Above in-Ventura, Ca. by John & Linda Mors
14" x 21" pan
more fun with fire
same 14" x 21" pan
Pan with Starfire
Same pan with Starfire
The pans we create spread the flames all throughout the fireplace.
The "PAN" is just another idea we produce for our customers.
The above picture is just the pan on high flame with out any glass. Lots of flame if you so desire.
A simple corner before
1/4" clear base with 3/4" on top
Above pictures are 1/4" base with 3/4" Topping
Above 1/2" clear piled up
1/4" Azurlite above
Another simple corner before Gold! 14KT!
All pictures above are 1/4" 14 KT Gold electroplate
This Fire Pit is 2" of 1/4" clear covered with 15 lbs of Azurlite and 15 lbs. of Ford Blue mixed only at the top surface.
A triple burner was installed in the base of the glass
By day this fire pit is simple and decorative
By night it becomes the focal point of any gathering
Claremont, California, this fireplace was fitted with a triple burner for more flame.
Bill Anderton, Atlanta, Georgia
Top and below pictures done in 1/4" bronze and clear, 1/2 and 1/2 mix.
The 5 fireplace pictures below are on a 32" fireplace with our manifold/ pan below the surface. After the pan, it took only 35 lbs of Bronze glass and 5 lbs of Starfire as a topping
Very nice flame pattern!
This is in Sacramento, California
The 3 tables pictures above were created by a local company we supply glass to. If you are interested please E MAIL USus for more details.
This is in Los Angeles and is this what your fireplace looks like?
Most people think their fireplace isn't too bad.
We just help in adding color.
This was done in 1/4" Starfire base and 5 lbs of gold on top.
Step 4 and finished.
Starfire topped with Bronze
Below is the same table by night.
The three tables below have a new water feature added and next is the water misters.
Please e mail for details. Rick@ClaimToFlames.com
Below is in Orange County
Add a little red,
add a little orange, over 1/2" Starfire and your done.
Below is 1/4" Starfire with only Red Toppings. Purple was added later.
Granite backed fireplace below
With one of our manifolds for more fire!
Same fireplace with pan.
Gray with Gray Reflective on top
Starfire above and below
Black and Gray above and below
Jurors Hotel Boston above
Bronze base with Bronze Reflective over and topped with Starfire
above and below.
Clear base with Green Reflective on top
above and below.
again step one
clean and paint
and the final step, pour and light.
Clear base with Blue Green on top.
Here are some pictures of 1/4" Ford Blue with Reflective on top.
This is also a self installation so follow the pictures down to see how it turned out.
this is how it looked when we arrived
installed burner and test the draft of the flame
pour lava rock and pull burner to the top
Ford Blue with Ford Blue Reflective
Click HERE or on the pictures of the Ritz Carlton Vortex' at Amelia Island Florida to how these were built. See the Videos!
Ritz Carlton Vortex Florida from Edgar Jaunzemis on Vimeo.
Ritz Carlton Vortex Page