Part Number: GL10B
eFireplaceStore Item Number: PTS-GL18B
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Gas logs are a great investment for your home and hearth, but for those of you interested in the warmth and ambience of gas logs but who want a more modern look, consider the Real Fyre Black Fire Glass by Peterson. The fire glass is designed to go right over a burner just like logs, but the gas comes through the glass and the flame burns above it. This fire glass set is specially formulated, tumbled, and tempered leaving no sharp edges and making it both durable and perfectly safe to handle. Real Fyre Fire Glass Sets can go anywhere you'd put a log set or other burner type, but look especially great outdoors, in coastal areas, or in homes with a slightly modern theme. Luxury doesn't get any more contemporary than the Real Fyre Black Fire Glass by Peterson, so complement your style with this top-of-the-line take on an old classic.
This is vented fire glass only to be used with a Real Fyre vented fire glass burner (sold separately). Vented fire glass must be installed in a fully vented wood burning fireplace.
This set of fire glass includes the Fire Glass Only. All other components needed to makes this a functional fire glass set (such as Real-Fyre Burner System, Granules, Glowing Embers, grate, grate clips/log locators, pan/connector kit and damper clamp) must be purchased separately or you can purchase a complete set from our Vented Fire Glass Set section.
Please Note: Purchase of this log only set does NOT include a burner. Additionally, each set is intended for use exclusively with a Peterson vented burner assembly and is not meant to be used with other types of burners.
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