Milan Wall Art Sunjel Fireplace

Milan Wall Art Sunjel Fireplace

A delightful fireplace experience for small spaces! Perfect for apartments, condos, offices…any room in the house. The Milan Wall Art Sunjel Fireplace will add that industrial flair to any space. No chimney, no electricity, no gas needed. Heats a room 4 to 6 degrees. This ventless gel fireplace is a breeze to install; simply and safely hangs on any wall from 2 studs. No wood is needed…uses convenient and clean burning Sunjel Fuel. Flame is 7" to 10" and crackles like a real fireplace. Durable powder coated steel available in either Levi Grey or Copper finish. See drop down menu and zoom for details. The fireplace comes with 2 complementary cans of Sunjel Fuel, and replacement fuel is available in 12 and 24 packs. See item #114202. Please note: This item does not have a blower.This item ships directly from the manufacturer. Product usually arrives in 4-10 business days, depending on destination, including order processing and shipping.

Customer review:

I Love This Fireplace!
By Denise in K-Ville from New Orleans, LA on 1/18/2008
Heats Evenly, Durable, Easy To Clean
Best Uses:
Small Rooms, Heating
Describe Yourself:
High-End Shopper, Stylish
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I love the look of this fireplace. It is contemporary and that is my style. That is one of the reasons why I purchased it. I also love that it heats up my bedroom without any mess and it sounds like a wood burning fireplace.
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by Jim Hoyle

TheTiffany style stained glass lamps shade, panel, window etc. is very much like a puzzle.
First, the puzzle must be designed. The design may begin as a drawing, a painting, a photograph or any other kind of graphic artwork. Once this basic design is selected it must then be transformed into a stained glass friendly design. Stained glass panels, shades, doors, windows, etc. are subject to stress which can easily break or fracture the glass. Care must be taken to design the individual pieces and how they relate to each other structurally in such a way that they will add strength. Of course this all has to be done within the context of a beautiful design. A simple comparison is a wall of bricks. To create a strong wall you would not simply stack the bricks in a line on top of each other but you would place them in such a way to interlock and create a strong bond. Stained glass structural design is similar in principle. A further complication is that it is always necessary to maintain the beauty and integrity of the original subject which is the object of the design.
Second, upon completion of the stained glass friendly design which is structurally sound and aesthetically pleasing, it is necessary to create templates for each and every piece of glass that is to be in the design. This is typically done by tracing the outline of each piece of glass in the design onto a heavy craft type paper. Afterwards, the craft paper is cut into individual pieces which represent the individual pieces of glass.
Third, each craft paper template is laid down upon a corresponding sheet of glass and cut out by hand with a glass cutter tool. The rough edges of the glass are smoothed by special grozing pliers or a glass grinder. All the pieces are cut out in this manner then laid out upon a copy of the original design to assure that everything fits properly.
Fourth, each piece of glass is individually wrapped around the edge in (usually) copper foil or a zinc frame then placed back onto a copy of the original design to assure proper fitting. Metal pins, straight edges and wood frames are used to hold the entire project in place in preparation for the soldering.
Fifth, all copper foil and zinc edges of all the glass pieces are painted with a soldering flux. The glass pieces are then soldered together one at a time until the entire project becomes a one piece structure. The project is turned over and this fluxing and soldering step is repeated on the other side.
Finally, detailed finish soldering is completed, then an appealing patina is applied to all metal parts.
There are many subtleties and variations in each of the steps above. But there are no short cuts or machinery other than simple hand tools used in authentic Tiffany style stained glass.
Jim Hoyle
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