Vintage Stoves: Curvaceous

Reviewed by:
Rosemary Thornton
The original sales brochure described this 1950s Chambers range as having "flowing lines and gentle curves." This gently curved 39" stove also has a white porcelain enamel finish and three top burners, a broiler, a griddle and a tubular light along the top.

Next to the oven is a storage area for your pots and pans. Built before the days of electric ignition, the gas pilots on this 50-year-old appliance ensure that it will keep working whether or not you have electricity.

  • Item # MCSW103
  • Stove is 39" wide and sells for $3,500 (October 2005).
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