Loth’s Franklin Cast Iron Stove w/ Nickle Plate. Stove is in great condition considering it age. Back of stove is stainless steel. There is some lite rust. 27″ Wide at base 23″ Wide at Top 21″ Deep 33″ High. Period of Production: 1890. Products Manufactured: full Line. Loth hollow ware pieces appear to have been cast from patterns made from altered Griswold pans, their raised letter lids from altered Iron Mountain covers. 1890 – Company founded. 1890s – Hollow ware added. Loth buys out his father’s interest in company. 1928 – Electric stove design “Hotpoint” developed. 1932 – GE sells foundry back to Loth Stove employees. 1938 – Company begins marketing products made of brass and non-ferrous metals under the name Viginia Metalcrafters. The item “Vintage W. J. Loth’s Franklin Cast Iron Stove with Nickle Plate” is in sale since Wednesday, January 18, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Home & Hearth\Stoves”. The seller is “rescientific2150″ and is located in Lynn, Massachusetts. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Maker: W. J. Loth