ISSUE 31  |  Southwestern Style

Outdoors: Cowboy Cauldron from Napa Style

August 01, 2011 1:31 PM

BY Julie Carlson

Cowboy Cauldron founder Mike Bertelsen grew up in the high desert of the American West, where campfires were a part of life. When he began spending time in Virginia, Bertelsen became enchanted with colonial crafts and cooking, as well as the art of the blacksmith. With Cowboy Cauldron, Bertelsen’s goal was to develop a fire pit that would not only function as a fire feature but could be used as a portable cooking device. To learn more about the company, go to Cowboy Cauldron.

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Above: Prices start at $1,299 for the Urban Cowboy Cauldron at Napa Style.

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Above: Cowboy Cauldrons are made by hand of heavy-gauge steel.