A chiminea is an open fire wood heating tool designed to be used outdoors. It was originally imported from Mexico. Mexican chimeneas were used to create a focused heat source as well as a cooking instrument for people and their families. The design would provide warmth and shelter the fire from winds, rain, and dust. These vessels were originally made from clay as that was the common building component in the Southwest and Mexican lands. The term Mexican chimenea can mean different things but will usually mean that it is made in Mexico from a traditional kiln. The clay was molded, shaped, and then hardened into the familiar design.
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