Wood burning stove

Collection by Gail Weber

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Franklin Stove Restoration

This is another project that has been sitting in the barn for 5 years. Found on the property, partially disassemnbled, it nonetheless seemed to have a ll its major parts. I didn't know it was a Franklin stove until someone happened to remark on it. I was excited because an original Franklin in good shape has some value. I was disappoointed to learn that this one is not an antique, but part of a flood of Asian reproductions that flooded the market in the 1970s and 80s during the energy…

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Originally patented in 1742 by Benjamin Franklin, the Regency enjoys a pedigree unmatched by any other stove. This multi fuel stove was designed at a time when America was still a British colony and its proportions were influenced by Franklin's visits to Georgian London.

Stovax Regency Stove - Zigis Fireplaces

Originally patented in 1742 by Benjamin Franklin, the Regency enjoys a pedigree unmatched by any other stove. This multi fuel stove was designed at a time when America was still a British colony and its proportions were influenced by Franklin's visits to Georgian London.

Stovax Regency Stove-4582

Stovax Regency Stove - Zigis Fireplaces

Originally patented in 1742 by Benjamin Franklin, the Regency enjoys a pedigree unmatched by any other stove. This multi fuel stove was designed at a time when America was still a British colony and its proportions were influenced by Franklin's visits to Georgian London.

Stovax Regency Stove-4581

Stovax Regency Stove - Zigis Fireplaces

Originally patented in 1742 by Benjamin Franklin, the Regency enjoys a pedigree unmatched by any other stove. This multi fuel stove was designed at a time when America was still a British colony and its proportions were influenced by Franklin's visits to Georgian London.

Stovax Regency Stove-4580

Stovax Regency Stove - Zigis Fireplaces

Originally patented in 1742 by Benjamin Franklin, the Regency enjoys a pedigree unmatched by any other stove. This multi fuel stove was designed at a time when America was still a British colony and its proportions were influenced by Franklin's visits to Georgian London.