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Antique

Parlor Stove

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Fales Stove Works.....Troy, N.Y.....Pat 'D 1876 STYLE St. James

Victorian beauty is what I call this outstanding piece!

It appears that most of its ornate works, finial, foot rest, legs etc...are nickeled.

Looks like chrome but was told it is nickeled.

Side door (black ornate) opens to insert wood. No grate inside and may have come that way, since there are no nubs to hold a grate.

Cameo style ornate designs on body sides and the front window is spectacular and plastic windows material (mica) is in great condition.

Extremely beautiful and ornate piece with Victorian designs throughout. There are two cook tops under finial piece. The corner may be missing the piece that allows the cook top to swing to one side but may not have had one???????

Stove is oval in shape.

Stovepipe opening is 6"W x 3"D

Stove is 45"H to top of finial x 21"W x 16"D

WEIGHS APPROX. 125 pounds.

This is a true antique stove from 1876 or older but is marked 1876.

The body has a couple of small worn spots through it at the very base.

This is in amazing, stunning condition!

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Buyer must call seller's shipper, The UPS Store, in Monroe Washington at 360-805-0764 and ask for Jack, the owner. Seller will drop the stove off with them. Please call them for your quote. All measurements and weight is above and you may tell Jack that this is an eBay piece selling by Cynthia Burnett.

Thank you and here is some history I found on these stoves:

 

Troy has been a well-known seat of the manufacture of stoves nearly
three-quarters of a century. The casting of stove plates for inventors and
dealers was begun in 1821 by Starbucks & Gurley (Charles and Nathaniel
Starbuck and Ephraim Gurley), succeeding that year Hanks, Gurley & Co.,
(Alpheus and Truman Hanks and Ephraim Gurley, - the builders of the first
foundry in the city, - the Troy Air Furnace, in 1818, on the south-east
corner of Fifth and Grand Division streets), and, in 1828 by L. Stratton &
Son, successors of Nazro & Curtis, who erected, in 1823, the Eagle Furnace,
afterward known as the Rensselaer, No. 42 Fifth Street. The value of the
stoves cast in the two foundries in 1828 was estimated at $120,000; of those
in the seven in the city in 1855, at $1,000,000; and those in the five in
1888, at $2,000,000.
Troy stoves have been sent to distant parts of the world. Llamas have
carried them across the Andes to the farther coast of South America, camels
to the shores of the Black Sea, and ships to Northern Europe, Turkey, China,
Japan, and Australia. In recent years this industry has lost much of its
far-western patronage in the United States by advantages of cheap labor and
material and low rates of transportation enjoyed by less distant
competitors.
The Fuller and Warren Company has the distinction of perpetuating the
business of manufacturing stoves in Troy begun by the firm of L. Stratton &
Son, in 1828, at the Rensselaer Furnace, No. 42 Fifth Street. The
intermediate predecessors were the firms of Johnson & Geer (Elias Johnson
and Gilbert Geer), 1834, No. 42 Fifth Street; Johnson, Geer, & Cox, 1840
(foundry, west side of Mechanic Street, two lots north of Fulton Street);
Johnson & Cox, 1846 (builders, that year, of the Clinton Foundry, west side
of Troy and Greenbush Railroad, between Madison and Monroe streets);
Johnson, Cox, & Fuller, 1850; Cox, Warren, Morrison, & Co., 1854; Fuller,
Warren, & Morrison, 1855; and Fuller, Warren, & Co., 1859. The Fuller &
Warren Company was incorporated on December 31st, 1881, with a capital of
$600,000, having as trustees Joseph W. Fuller, John Hobart Warren, Charles
W. Tillinghast, Walter A. Wood, a and Walter P. Warren. The company's
extensive establishment, known as the Clinton Stove Works, comprises a
number of contiguous brick buildings, from four to six stories high,
occupying a plat of six acres, bounded by Madison, River, and Monroe
streets, and the Hudson River. In the different departments more than a
thousand workmen are employed. The stoves made by the company are of many
patterns, varying in design and ornamentation to meet the demands of the
trade. The furnaces and heaters are wonders of inventive genius. At the
Centennial Exhibition in 1876 , at Philadelphia, the attractive display of
stoves, ranges, and furnaces made at the works was the admiration of not
only American but also of foreign visitors. The beautiful parlor stove :the
Splendid," fully merited the special award given its manufacturers. The
celebrated Philo P. Stewart stoves, - the patents of which are now owned by
the Fuller & Warren company, have been made at the Clinton Stove Works since
1859. The company has large salesrooms in New York City, Boston, Cleveland,
and Chicago, and has recently erected extensive works at Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, to supply its western customers with cooking and heating
apparatus. The present officers of the company are Walter P. Warren,
president, G. G. Wolfe, vice-president, and H. A. Viets, secretary and
treasurer.
The second oldest stove foundry in the city is that known as the Empire
Stove Works, on the north and south-west corners of Second and Ida streets;
the original buildings having been erected in 1846. The present proprietors
of the large establishment, George W. Swett & Co., continue the business
begun in 1841 by Anson Atwood, whose successors were Atwood & Cole, 1844;
Atwood, Cole, & Crane, 1846; Pease, Keeney, & Co., 1848; Clark, Keeney, &
Co., 1850; Felton, Keeney, & Co., 1851; Swett, Quimby, & Co., 1852;
Swett,Quimby, & Perry, 1867; Swett, Quimby, & Co., 1883; and George W. Swett
& Co. (Frederick W. Swett), January 1st 1886. The parlor and cook stoves,
ranges, fire-place heaters, and oil stoves made at the Empire Stove Works
have a wide reputation for excellence of construction and attractive
mountings.
The conspicuous plant of the Bussey & McLeod Stove Company covers a plat
of four acres on the east side of Oakwood Avenue, north of Hoosick Street.
The buildings, mostly four-story brick structures, command a wide view of
the city and the Upper Hudson valley. The first were erected in 1863 by the
firm of Bussey, McLeod, & Co., - Esek Bussey, Charles A. McLeod, and John O.
Merriam, - formed that year. The Bussey & McLeod Stove Company, of which
Esek Bussey is president, Charles A. McLeod, vice-president, Esek Bussey,
jr., treasurer, and Sayre McLeod, secretary, succeeded it on December 30th,
1882. The thousands of stoves and ranges made at the works have many
attractive features of construction and ornamentation which widely
popularize the productions of the company in the eastern and western states.
The firm of Burdett, Smith, & Co., formed in 1871 and continued since 1883
by Edward Burdett and W. Stone Smith, traces the line of its predecessors to
L. Potter & Co. in 1853. The foundry of the firm is on the south side of
Ingalls Avenue, east of Sixth Avenue.
Andrew B. Fales, whose stove works are on the west side of Sixth Avenue,
between Rensselaer and North streets, succeeded, in 1872, to the business
continued by the successors of A. M. Stratton, proprietor, in 1835, of a
foundry at No. 64 Sixth Street.
J. C. Henderson & Co., on the south-west corner of Sixth Avenue and North
Street, are manufacturers of tubular cone and dome furnaces for heating
buildings with steam, hot water, or hot air. J. C. Henderson, previously a
member of the firms of Shavor & Henderson, stove manufacturers, 1869;
Sheldon Greene, & Co., 1870; Shavor & Henderson, 1872; in 1876, individually
engaged in the manufacture of his popular furnaces. In April, 1885, he and
his son, James A., became associated in the business under the name of J. C.
Henderson & Co.
Herbert R. Mann, successor to Burtis & Mann, stove and range
manufacturers, continues the business established in 1883, and has his
salesrooms at No. 195 River Street.


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