Round Oak Cast Iron Wood Stove By P. Beckwith Door Model 18-S-B (1914). 53H X 29W X 29D. STOVE WEiGHT APROX 300lbs. The Round Oak Stove Company was founded in Dowagiac, Michigan. In 1871 by P. Beckwith cast his first stove around 1867 to heat his struggling foundry. And shortly after, the Michigan Central Railroad. Ordered the heaters for its depots between Detroit. By 1871, Beckwith was mainly producing heating stoves, and thus founded the company. The origin of the name Round Oak is unknown. The first theory is that Beckwith stoves were round and could hold a section of whole round oak tree in the firepot. The second theorizes that he named it after a foundry of the same name in England. The item “Round Oak Cast Iron Wood Stove By P. D. Beckwith Model 18-S-B (1914) SQUARE BASE” is in sale since Saturday, June 03, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Home & Hearth\Stoves”. The seller is “ramotatif464fg” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Color: Black
- Maker: Round Oak Stove Co. P.D. Beckwith
- Model: 18-S-B SQUARE BASE
- Year: 1914