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OW Lee Expands Its Forma and Basso Fire Pit Groups

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

OW Lee, a manufacturer of high-end outdoor furniture, fire pits, and accessories located in Ontario, Calif., has announced the introduction of new Forma and Basso fire pit options.

Forma and Basso are both modern looks made entirely of metal that was first introduced for the 2018/19 season. Building upon the success of these introductions, OW Lee is adding a larger rectangle option to Forma and a chat-height option to Basso.

The Forma fire pit features a sleek modern design. The new 25 x 65-inch size is a larger occasional height rectangle that complements sofas and larger sectionals. Forma has an aluminum base and hearth that comes in any of OW Lee’s 13 frame finish colors.


Basso is reminiscent of a campfire, featuring a classic yet modern bowl design. The new chat height Basso brings the beautiful bowl style design of the original 12-inch high fire pit to a new height. This taller variety allows the propane tank to be housed inside the unit, eliminating the need for an exterior housing unit. Like all other OW Lee fire pits, Basso comes ready to operate using liquid propane but can be converted to natural gas.

OW Lee was founded in 1947 in Pasadena, California. They are the premier manufacturer of fine wrought iron and wrought aluminum outdoor furniture and fire pits. OW Lee manufactures heirloom quality products in Ontario, California and they are one of the few remaining companies in the outdoor furniture industry that still manufacture in the USA.

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