Zoroastrian Fire Tower is a garden sculpture containing mosaic elements as well as bricks. The fiery glass was collected years ago from a waste pile at Blenko Glass in Milton, WV and the bricks came from a local salvage brick yard. Sitting on the sculpture are larger hunks of glass and some stray ceramic pomegranates. 
Zoroastrianism is commonly associated with fire. It was one of the earliest organized religions, which began in ancient Persia (now Iran). Zoroastrians believed that both good and evil are central to human nature, and we must choose, all through life. The struggle is infinite, as are the rewards!
Zoroastrian Fire Tower on video:

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