CHRYSANTHEMUM. A spherical break of colored stars, similar to a peony, but with stars that leave a visible trail of sparks. CROSSETTE. A shell containing several large stars that travel a short distance before breaking apart into smaller stars, creating a crisscrossing grid-like effect.
Fireworks are a class of low explosive pyrotechnic devices used for aesthetic and entertainment purposes. The most common use of a firework is as part of a fireworks display (also called a fireworks show or pyrotechnics), a display of the effects produced by firework devices. Fireworks competitions are also regularly held at a number of places.
Novelty Fireworks include many different items that vary from legal in every state to safe and sane items legal in just some states. Please make sure you review per our policy all specific laws concerning Novelty fireworks in your state before purchasing. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at customer support via email or phone.
PEONY. A spherical break of colored stars that burn without a tail effect. The peony is the most commonly seen shell type. RELOADABLE MORTAR KIT. A Mortar Kit or a Reloadable Mortar Kit is packaged fireworks containing a launch tube and a collection of shells that you load one at a time into the launch tube and fire into the air.
Maryland- With the Fourth of July just 2 weeks away; many residents head to other states to buy fireworks. In Maryland, fireworks are largely illegal. In Maryland, only gold-labeled sparklers, novelty items; such as party poppers, snap pops and snakes, and ground-based sparkler devices are allowed.
Colored Smoke Bombs and Balls Smoke bombs are any firework that uses black, white, or colored smoke for visual effects. Unlike other fireworks, smoke bombs and smoke balls are typically used during the day when their bright, colorful plumes can be seen shooting high up into the sky.
Sparklers are classified as novelties, and thus are not technically fireworks; but since they are governed under the same laws and restrictions as fireworks by most states we can definitively say that sparklers are considered fireworks without a doubt.
Fireworks at the Metroparks is a five county celebration that has been a tradition for years that provides a safe and exciting way for the community to celebrate our nation’s birthday, while enjoying the natural beauty of the Metroparks.