Decorative Colour Fire Bricks
Vitcas Coloured Decorative Fire Bricks come in a range of different diameters and colours. The decorative fire bricks have a smooth surface, and can be used for many decorative applications, e.g. in fireplaces, barbeques, outdoor wood fired bread/pizza ovens, etc. The maximum service temperature is 1200oC.
You can apply them to create a unique and beautiful fireplace casing or amaze your guests with a hand-made BBQ. Decorative bricks suit both modern and more traditional design. Our products can be utilized in places exposed to high temperatures. Choosing among several colours makes it possible to create a contemporary or old-fashioned project.
Decorative bricks withstand temperatures up to 1200°C. They are perfect for internal and external use.
Decorative Bricks - Shapes, Colours and diameters
When building a garden grill or wood-fired pizza oven, we want to achieve amazing results. This is possible with heat-resistant decorative bricks. We offer bricks in 5 colors:
and 4 different sizes:
- 220 x 50 x 40 mm
- 220 x 110 x 30 mm
- 220 x 100 x 55 mm - L-shape brick
- Vitcas-Fire Bricks-RedAs low as £3.00 £2.50
Vitcas Coloured Firebricks available in Red. Fire bricks available in a range of colours for interior and exterior decorative use in wood fired bread / pizza ovens, barbeque grills and fireplaces etc. Resistant to 1200oC. You can choose the colour to fit your desirable aesthetic.Read more
- Vitcas-Fire Bricks-WhiteAs low as £3.00 £2.50
Coloured Fire Bricks- White. The lightweight, smooth firebricks are used for decorative purposes and are available in different colours. Can be used for interior and exterior decorative use in wood fired bread/ pizza ovens, barbeques and fireplaces.Read more
- VITCAS Fire Bricks-BlackSpecial Price £3.00 £2.50 Regular Price £4.80 As low as £1.80VITCAS Coloured Fire Bricks. In black. Flat shape. Dimensions: 220x110x30mm. Decorative fire bricks with smooth surfaces for use in outdoor/indoor wood fired bread/pizza ovens, barbeques and fireplaces etc. Rates to a high temperature of 1200oC. Read more