1848 Anthony, Davy, & Co. RARE Antique Cast Iron Lady Washington Parlor Stove. A wonderful piece of Victorian history! Unrestored museum quality treasure! This can be proudly displayed – identical to the parlor stove at the Shiloh Museum in Springdale, Arkansas (except this has the top finial)! As pictured and not attempted to be cleaned or restored in any way. Overall measurements: 27″ W x 18″ D x 34 H to top of finial. Approximate weight 70 pounds. For 170 years old (1848 Patent date), the inside of this stove looks to have been rarely if ever burnt and features what appears to be a homemade grate. This grate may not be original to the stove. Additional Information from the Shiloh Museum website. This is a “Lady Washington” parlor stove. The stovetop carries the name of the manufacturerAnthony, Davy, and Co. Troy, New Yorkalong with a patent date of 1848. According to Tammis K. Groft of the Albany Institute of Art, Cast-iron stovemaking reached its highest artistic achievement and technological advancements between 1840 and 1870. Troy, New York was home to many cast-iron stove manufacturers in the 1800s. As Groft points out, Troy’s location on the banks of the Hudson River afforded easy and inexpensive transportation of raw materials to the foundries and finished stoves to worldwide markets. Groft, “Cast with Style: Nineteenth-Century Cast-Iron Stoves, “. If you have any questions or would like additional pictures which are available, please ask! The item “1848 Anthony, Davy, & Co. Troy NY Antique Cast Iron LADY WASHINGTON Parlor Stove” is in sale since Tuesday, December 11, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Home & Hearth\Stoves”. The seller is “almaexpress” and is located in Blakeslee, Pennsylvania. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Color: Black
- Maker: Anthony, Davy & Co.