Green ENAMEL CAST IRON exterior, interior STEEL firebox with original firebrick
NEW Mica Windows and REMOVABLE round grill cover for TWO cooking rings
this stove is a classic and beautiful piece of ART NOUVEAU industrial design with a strongly middle eastern influence by the French stove foundry SOUGLAND.
This stove is efficient for its age as it is partly lined with fire bricks,(they act as heat store)
It is surrounded by an outer shell of enameled cast iron which acts to circulate cold air past the firebox and up into the room
The colour is not quite rare but was very popular because of it's availability and beauty.
most models are ranges of PALE blues with tiles insets.
It has a decorative Mica widow made from three distinctive AFRICAN star shapes. Surrounded by a mix of ART NOUVEAU borders and basketweave patterns that combine to convey an overall NORTH AFRICAN INSPIRED DESIGN It has a side opening door
The heavy framed door is a piece of beauty all of its own.
Takes logs up to 40cm
top baffel inside firebox to increase efficiency
The top LID plate of this wood stove HINGES up to allow cooking on the firebox surface WITH TWO HEAT RINGS and the rest of the stove top can be used to SIMMER OR THE TOP CLOSED TO warm items
This model is still in very good overall condition EXCEPT FOR SOME FINE GREY MARBLING TO THE ENAMEL - visible along the front lower sides and the lid in small patches
It is very suitable for use as a wood stove, a bio ethanol burner housing, for converting to an electric or gas stove or as a decorative centre piece.
LID OPEN 78cm high
side DOOR OPEN 74cm wide
TOP of flue TO FLOOR 43cm
flu size 100-105mm
this stove has been completely dismantled, renovated and rebuilt. Replaced the window mica and door tape. Rubbed down and painted all the interior & exterior steel box cast-iron shell & parts using 900°c stove enamel paint or stov
resealed joints using high quality ceramic fire cement Rubbed down and pared back damadged chromed parts to bare metal and repainted with silver 900c stove enamel Cleaned and polished the enamel. Lit the stove to check for leaks and seal the enamel paints and sealants used.
This model is in excellent condition no fissures cracks broken or missing pieces, it does have some marbling to the enamel which is not very visible and the low price reflects this. A perfect example would be valued at 525-650