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1824 Franklin stove in mint condition.It is dated with early flaired sides, large hearth. It is 35.5 wide at the hearth,27 deep to front, and 29 to top of finials. Comes with screen and pipe adapter. Completely restored.
Dimensions: 35.5 W x 27 D x 29 H
This Franklin stove was made by Wood Bishop Co. in Bangor Maine. It has lovely ornate designs, accented by a beautiful gold tile of a princess and brass cameos and brass balls. It comes with a screen and basket grate. There is nothing like the fire view from a Franklin stove!
Marked 1881, Boston, this Art Nouveau inspired stove is simply top in it's class. With a brass screen for fire viewing and a port wine colored tile on top, this stove will look great heating your home
Dimensions: 27" wide 22" deep and 36" high
Mayflower Franklin #23
Circa 1880, this nice Mayflower Franklin stove is in pristine condition, with nice details such as the claw feet and the brass finials. Made by the Barstow Company in Providence, RI, with a nice ornate grapevine motif and nice fire view. Ready to keep you warm this winter.
Dimensions: 39" wide 27" deep and 31" high
1886 Sunshine Franklin, Green Tiles
Made by the Orr Painter Company in Reading, PA. Fabulous ornate parlor stove with removable doors, for perfect fire view. Very ornate scrolling and beautiful gold tiles. Brass urn with dragons and storks on the door. A true collector’s prize.
Low Art Franklin stove, 1880s
This rare stove from the 1880s burns coal or wood. Mint condition. The side panels, made of tile in Chelsea, MA by the Low Art Co. use cherubs to depict themes of War and Peace. Beautiful fire view stove. Has bulldog feet.
DIMENSIONS: 28" wide, 24" deep, 36" high
Barnstable Stove Shop has over 500 antique stoves in stock: antique wood burning stoves, antique coal stoves, gas kitchen ranges, and parlor stoves. All stoves are properly professionally restored and ready for installation.