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This stove here is a base burner. The reason they call them base burners is because it takes the smoke and recycles it down the back of the stove, under the bottom of the base and then back up the rear chamber.
It also has a circulator built into the back of the stove, taking the air from the floor, heating it and pumping it out of the top of the stove as warm air.
As you can see it has mice windows on all three sides of the stove. The mica windows in this stove are in a gothic design allowing an orange glow throughout the whole room.
It has nickel foot rails. It has a removable cook lid underneath here. It can burn wood or coal and burn for 8-10 hours and it can heat a medium-sized home.
This is a very beautiful stove. They come ins all sizes, from small to quite large. Some of them even have what they call piggy back ovens built into the rear of the stove so that you can heat food in them.
Base burners, by far, are the most beautiful and elaborate cast iron stoves ever manufactured. They came in all sizes and all shapes to heat almost any kind of area imaginable.
The orange glow of the Base burner is beauty unmatched. A warm aura illuminates the room as a fire can be seen dancing through the mica windows and doors on three sides of the stove. An enchanting view of the fire is available at all angles.
The ornate nickel shroud and wings serve to reflect the radiant fire giving the room an orange glow in addition to giving the stoves an unequalled elegance whether burning wood, coal, at rest or converted to gas.
These large stoves have a sophisticated circulation system that places them at the forefront of engineering inovations. Highly efficient heaters, some Base burners feature not only the convenience of cook lids but also an additional rear oven.
Of impressive design, these stoves command respect in any setting.