This cute cast iron stove was made by the William M. Grant Company, New York. The model is called Iris and is referred to as a pot belly stove due to its shape. It was originally designed to burn coal and is still in working condition. There is a handle that removes the top lid. You can use this to supply your stove with coal and is also a cooking surface for a pot or kettle. Below is a door which slides to the right. This is also to supply coal or small rounds of wood. Above the legs is another door with a knob that adjusts the air or draft. That door is also removable in order to clean out the clinkers or ash. To the right is a knob which moves the coal grate inside the stove. The stove rests on tall serpentine shaped legs. The stove is free of any breaks. It would also make a wonderful small end table or plant stand. 27"h X 13"w X 15"d, Condition: Excellent, Circa: 1880's.
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