Free-Standing Mid-Century Fireplace

Casey at vitamini (cute store if, like my wife, you love Mini Coopers) was kind enough to share her photos of an Inca gold Condon-King Aztec free-standing mid-century fireplace.
For something that I didn't even know existed a few days ago, I'm kind of in love with it. It reminds me of a Malm fireplace, but I like the shape of the Condon-King Aztec a little bit better.

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  1. Thanks for showing off our new fireplace! It's missing a knob on the screen and needs a good cleaning, but once that's done it's going to be a real focal point on our patio. I'll have to throw a tiki party. :)

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  2. And thanks for sharing the photos. You can color me extremely jealous. I would love a fireplace like that on our patio.

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  3. I recently bought a condo in Anchorage, Alaska, and it has a Condon-King Aztec fireplace in Inca Gold. Looks cool, too bad most got rid of theirs in the building.

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    1. Have you made a fire in it yet? How does it burn? Does the smoke go up the chimney or into the room? We are thinking of buying one and need to know...thx!

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    2. Yes, i have made fires in it and the smoke goes up the chimney

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  4. That is a far off place to find such a pretty fireplace. Glad there are a few condos up there that still have their mid-century charm.

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  5. Condon King was my Dad's company. We were always proud of the quality products and it was a great company to grow up in. I have an Aztec in what we called "mandarin red." Enjoy.

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