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S Spark cast-iron gas range with wood-burning heater on side, in great physical and working condition. Fully-functional cast-iron gas range with four-burner stove, oven and broiler, and gas heater on the side. Mint condition aside from one broken burner inset. Beautiful yellow enamel with tile backsplash in excellent condition. Likely manufactured in Oakland, CA in the 1930s. Unit is now disconnected from gas supply, but video available showing working condition. Attached rod for towels / pot holders. 51″wide, 21.5″ deep, 36 high (stove) / 45.5 high (oven). Oven interior: 16 x 14. As far as I can determine, the unit was in continuous use in my Oakland house until I replaced the unit during a kitchen renovation last year, and was regularly serviced. Both the oven/broiler and all four burners work fine, as does the wood-burning heater on the side. Also includes the original tool for removing the burner covers, as well as the. This range is very heavy. The item “Beautiful vintage (1930s) Spark cast-iron gas range in great condition” is in sale since Saturday, March 23, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Home & Hearth\Stoves”. The seller is “oaktown196″ and is located in Oakland, California. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Featured Refinements: Antique Gas Stove
- Color: Yellow
- Maker: Spark
TWO COLUMN CAST IRON PARLOR STOVE, Wainright Brothers, Middlebury, Vermont, Circa 1845. It is difficult to be sure when the first of these beautiful and intriguing columnar parlor stoves emerged, as there are few surviving stove catalogues or display advertisements from before the 1850s, by which time the fashion for columnar stoves had passed but by the mid 1830’s parlor stoves with rectangular fireboxes (like those of a box stove) to which two or four vertical flues or columns were added and connected at the top by a horizontal pipe or secondary chamber began to make their appearance. Cast-iron stove making reached its highest artistic achievement and technological advancement in the 1840s. Flask casting and the advent of the cupola furnace permitted more elaborate designs and finer-quality castings. Stove designers borrowed freely from architectural and cabinetmakers design books, a process that resulted in the use of Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Rococo revival motifs, patriotic symbols, and lavish floral designs, all reflecting current taste and sentiment. Rufus and Jonathan Wainwright built a furnace and machine shop on the east side of the Middlebury, Vermont falls in 1827. This stove, which they produced is particularly well-proportioned and pleasing in appearance. This beauty is in excellent condition with high-quality casting. The stove is of Neoclassic design with a floral motif. The legs slide nicely into grooves on the underside of the body and are cabriole in style. At the bottom of the stove, in front, is an apron with a circular vent. It has a swiveling floral insert to control airflow. The fire box still has its original grate and is held together by long rods in the corners which are nicely topped with rosette nuts. The right side has a loading door with its original handle, and swings easily on its pinned hinges. The center panels of the bifold front doors feature feminine figures dressed in knee-length attire. The front doors are not primarily for feeding the fire (that was the role of door in the right-hand side), but for seeing it, something valued in a culture associating the feeling of being warm with the fact of looking at flames and glowing embers. The firebox is marked STANLEYS PATENT NO 2. Atop the firebox are affixed two columns upon which rest a fabulous arched chamber, also decorated with a floral design. Between the pipes is a round plate, to be used for boiling a kettle to humidify the room. When we found this stunner in upstate New York it was rusty, daubed with blue paint, and dirty. It had the ashy remnants of the last fire kindled in it who knows how long ago. We carefully cleaned it then applied a coat of stove black, a vintage finish which was used on these parlor stoves. It is what provides that wonderful, softly gleaming surface. (We will send along a tube of stove black so you can properly care for this stove we recommend that it NOT be painted). Dimensions – Height: 34, Width: 25, Depth: 21.5. It weighs in at 80 lbs. THE FORD MUSEUM, Dearborn, MI and the ALBANY INSTITUTE OF HISTORY AND ART, Albany, Ny have nearly identical stoves. This is a rare and desirable stove. It is still usable and will make a fabulous statement in your parlor or collection. The item “Antique cast iron Columnar PARLOR STOVE, circa 1845, Beautiful” is in sale since Thursday, March 28, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Home & Hearth\Stoves”. The seller is “elijahflame” and is located in Bennington, Vermont. This item can be shipped to United States.
Magnifique et rare poêle en fonte époque Napoléon III hauteur 77,5 cm largeur 60 cm profondeur 46 cm état d’origine. Une fois larticle acheté et à réception de votre règlement, nous procédons à une dernière vérification de larticle, puis attachons le plus grand soin pour lemballage avant de lexpédier. Les articles volumineux sont expédiés par un transporteur privé sous 7 à 20 jours en France métropolitaine et 7 à 30 jours dans le monde entier. Livraison à l’international : merci de nous contacter. Remise en main propre gratuite possible à notre entrepôt situé en Isère (38) près de Grenoble. CONDITIONS GENERALES DE VENTE. Vous disposez dun délai de 14 jours à réception du ou des articles, pour nous renvoyer le ou les colis en bon état, dans leur emballage d’origine (frais de retour à votre charge). Nous vous rembourserons dès réception de larticle. Si, malgré tout le soin que nous apportons à lemballage de nos articles, votre objet vous parvenait en mauvais état, vous avez la possibilité dêtre remboursé. Pour cela, nous vous recommandons douvrir votre colis devant le facteur lors de la livraison afin de pouvoir le refuser en cas de dommage en notant sur le bon de livraison la mention « refusé, article cassé, colis endommagé », puis de nous contacter. Les articles volumineux sont assurés et nous en acceptons le retour. Pour toute question, nous restons à votre écoute et nous ferons un plaisir de vous répondre du lundi au samedi de 8h30 à 20h00 au 07.83.49.17.18. Nous vous invitons à visiter notre boutique pour voir nos autres articles. Merci et à bientôt! The item “Beautiful and rare stove cast-iron period Napoleon III” is in sale since Saturday, March 24, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Other Antiques”. The seller is “antiketcollection” and is located in DOMENE, Rhône-Alpes. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Origine: France
- Material: Cast
- Authenticity: Original