Body Style: Heating Stove
Make: Laurel Art
Model: Acorn Brilliant #50
Date of manufacturer: 1890 – 1910
Current fuel set up: Wood / coal
Conversion available: Yes
Conversion Options: Gas, propane, electric
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The Laurel Art Baseburner Stove is a work of antique artistry and function at its finest. Dancing flames in the stove’s belly are reflected in shiny nickel shrouds that cast a golden aura around the stove. Smooth scrollwork washes across the face, sides, and rear of the stove enveloping this antique stove in lustrous swirling pools of nickel. Swinging the brass finial and nickel dome to the side reveals a cook lid paired with a location for loading coal. A cast iron chute deposits coals cleanly into a firebrick-lined, cast iron pot. If wood is your preference, the chute can be removed and the stove loaded from the front or from the side. Conversion to gas, propane or electric is available too. Ornate wings extend from the body with pride and prominence. The Acorn name is scripted in nickel in the center of the stove. The Laurel Art Baseburner Stove includes a small cook lid on the rear of the stove. This impressive stove heats a large area for at least six hours. The Laurel Art, like all Baseburner Stoves, has a combustion system that recycles combustible materials for a more complete burn, making these a paragon of efficiency and dazzling beauty.
Current setup: Wood / coal
Conversion option: Yes
Conversion fuels: Gas, propane, electric
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Exhaust/venting required: No
Clearance required: No
BTUs / Volts / Amp: 18,000 / 220 / 30
* The addition of a heat shield to the wall or to the stove allows for a 50% reduction of required clearance space down to an 18″ air space from combustible walls and a 9″ air space from noncombustible walls.
Body Materials: Cast Iron / steel
Flue Position: Top
Flue Shape: Round
Number of Cook Lids: 1
Number of Cook Lids: 1
Draft controls, nickel shroud, veil, wings and footrail, loads from the front or from the top, 270-degree view of fire with mica windows, hearth plate, draft controls
$9850.00 – Price (fully restored)
$400.00 – Cost to crate
$10250.00 – Total Purchase Price*
*Prices subject to change. Conversion and custom costs are determined on a case by case basis according to the interests of the customer and configuration of the stove. Shipping charges are due at the time of shipment.
The cost of shipping is determined by the weight and size of the stove, delivery location and site-specific requirements like a lift gate or scheduled appointment.