The Arizona Weathered Oak Charred collection brings new style and beauty to the Native Series. Like all other collections created by Grand Canyon Gas Logs craftsmen, these logs are cast from real pieces of wood and then hand painted to perfection. However, this collection has an extra step added into the process. After the front logs are found, our craftsmen notch the center of the log and then set the log on fire. The fire burns through the log creating the most desired charred front. Once the logs are cooled, our craftsmen create the mold capturing the charred ends. This process would not be complete without our artist who brings life back into the cast logs, painting them to create a look as if they were burned in your own fireplace. This process is repeated for all 5 sizes, making each front log unique to the set that it resides in.
$361.00 – $1,099.00
The Arizona Juniper log set is part of the Grand Canyon Gas Logs three native collections. The Arizona Juniper logs are cast from real logs found in nature and then hand painted to bring to life the natural beauty of the log. The logs in the Arizona Juniper collection were discovered in the back woods of Arizonaâs pine enriched forest of Northern Arizona. While hiking through the forest our log hunters found fallen juniper trees with distinctive characteristics like no other junipers in the area. Realizing that they had found something special our log hunters gathered up as many logs as they could to begin building the log sets. Each log was handpicked for the collection that it resides in and resembles the log that it was cast from as it was laying on the forest floor.
The Arizona Weathered Oak is Grand Canyon Gas Logs premier set of gas logs. The Arizona Weathered Oak logs are cast from real logs found in nature and then hand painted to bring the natural beauty of the log to life. All of our products tell a story, and the story behind the creation of this set is no different. Forty years ago, a young boy was hiking through the Red Vermilion Cliffs on the Arizona-Utah border, when he and his family came across a scrub oak that had been struck down by Mother Nature. The sheer awe and beauty of this lighting struck oak would leave a lifelong impression on the young boys mind. In October of 2011 the scrub oak was rediscovered laying in the same spot that it had been 40 years earlier and was more beautiful than ever. The boy, now a man with a family of his own, backpacked the logs of the fallen oak out of the canyon to be enjoyed in your home today.