Stoves: Real wood-burning cookstove

Reviewed by:
Rosemary Thornton
This cast-iron, wood-burning cookstove is an authentic reproduction of a Victorian-era stove, complete with a 6-gallon water reservoir, double overhead warming cabinets, four griddles, two simmering plates and most importantly, an ash rake for cleaning out the firebox.

The cookstove is available in black, white or almond baked-on porcelain finish. The trim is nickel electroplate. A built-in oven thermometer reads from 150 - 550 degrees, showing warm, very slow, slow, moderate, very hot and broil. All models are priced at $1995, plus shipping expenses, which run about $400 (July 2004).

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