The steel of the body looks either new or in great shape and the rest of the stove looks to be in really good shape as well. May need to be resealed around the seams/doors as this stove seems to date to the late 1880s and was decoration in a Victorian home for the last 12 years. The front left filigree/nickel trim has snapped, but I have both pieces (will attempt repair and update if successful). The belly has a 12″ radius and just that portion is 25″ bottom to top, but grows to 31.25 tall when I measure from the bottom of the ash collection area to the very top interior. Overall, it’s 49″ tall with the finial portion on the top and 38″ if removed. The base is roughly 16 square, but sticks out a little further in the front due to the knobs on the ash cleanout door. There’s a small round hole with cover under the finial for topping off the stove. When the two front doors are opened, the opening is roughly 11 5/8″ tall by 7.5″ wide. This stove is approximately 100lbs, so certainly has some weight to it. VINTAGE ANTIQUE CAST IRON WOOD BURNING PARLOR STOVE. The item “ACME OAK 262 DELUXE ANTIQUE CAST IRON VICTORIAN WOOD/COAL BURNING PARLOR STOVE” is in sale since Thursday, December 10, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Home & Hearth\Stoves”. The seller is “byank1863″ and is located in Hackettstown, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Maker: Acme Oak
- Color: Black n Nickel
- California Prop 65 Warning: No
- Featured Refinements: Parlor Stove