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At Ginger Creek Antique Stoves
we offer the highest quality, beautifully restored antique stoves to grace any home and hearth. Our passion is antique stoves.

We take pride in restoring wood stoves and coal stoves to their original grandeur and function. All of our antique stoves are completely restored from the inside out; disassembled, sandblasted, re-sealed, repainted and the nickel trim re-plated. Damaged parts are meticulously welded, replaced or recast with careful attention to historical detail .

Each antique stove is unique. Our mission is to bring each stove back to its original condition. 

We also offer complete restoration services for your antique stove. Contact us for a free estimate on restoring your antique stove.

We're located in Taylorsville, North Carolina,  and provide shipping to the continental U.S.

 Great Western Oak

Riverside Oak No. 304

Made by Rock Island Stove Co., Rock Island, Ill, this large oak stove stands 6' high, has a 17" firepot and a 24" sq. base. Really lovely cast filigree skirts, nicely appointed decorative nickel trim, and awesome finial.

This antique stove: $2850.00


Beaver Oak No. 16

Danville, PA. Stove and Range Co. This gorgeous oak stove is 60" high, with 26" footprint and 16" firepot. Spectacular brass finial,  lots of nickel, and ornate skirts all around. 

This antique stove: $3600.00
 Beaver Oak No. 16
 Radiant Home No. 16  

Radiant Home No. 16

Beautiful Oak stove with filigree skirts all around. Made by Germer Stove Co., of Erie, PA, circa 1910 . Standing 53 1/2" high, with a 26" base and 16" firepot for use with hard-wood or coal. 

This antique stove:  $3695.00


Patria No. 17 

A New York stove, with 14 ceramic tiles of a daisy design, and 6 doors with mica windows, (80 in all), the Patria is a very unique and beautiful stove, with lots of daisy and leaf patterning all around. Designed for use with coal, the stove stands 46" high, with a 22" base, and three sided view of the fire glow. Circa 1900.

This antique stove: $4250.00

 Patria No. 17

Lacled Oak No. 290

Made by Orbon Stove and Range Co., Belleville, Illinois, circa 1915,  this stove stands 57" high, with a 17" firepot. It has five mica windows and a reflector to view the fire, and can be used with wood or coal. The perfect size stove and perfect heater.

This antique stove:
Sold!  $2450.00
 Lacled Oak No. 290
 Round Oak M 16  

Round Oak M16

This  resplendent Round Oak heater was made by Estate of P.D. Beckwith, of Dowagiac, Michigan, 1910. It stands 58" high, with a 16" firepot, for use with coal or wood. Very beautiful nickel on this stove with the wave design in the skirt, and the illustrious nameplate and leg covers. What a wonderful stove!

This antique stove: $2600.00

Columbian Oak No. 26

Made by Keeley Stove Co,. Columbia, PA, this unusual double heater has a heat exchanger top for extra heat or to send heat to an upper floor. Circa 1900 - 1910, this impressive stove stands 70" high, with a 16" firepot. 

This antique stove:
 Columbian Oak No. 26
 Oakleaf No. 25 antique parlor stove  

Oakleaf No. 25 parlor stove

Made by Co-operative Stove Co., of Cleveland, Ohio, this large size 1886 parlor stove is in great condition, and was not over-used or over heated like many parlor stoves of this early date. The patterns on the front and side doors are really charming, and it has cook lids beneath its filigree top piece.

This antique stove:  $2200.00

Penn Franklin
 No. 240

Made by Mt. Penn Stove Works, Reading, PA, 1890's, this beautiful, historic stove stands 41" high, with a 14" firepot for wood or coal. Sliding top doors with mica windows to view the fire, and hinged doors below. Two original ceramic tiles of a girl and a boy, and its solid brass cup finial. Fits in a  fireplace or stands alone.

This antique stove: Sold! $2750.00

 Penn Franklin No. 240

Round Oak H51

Made by Estate of P.D Beckwith of Dowagiac, Mich., this extra large baseheater is a premium antique stove. It stands 74" high, with a 29" footprint, and 17" firepot. Patented 1907, the Round Oak H51 has three sides of mica windows and doors, and its original Indian head finial. Quite an amazing stove!

This antique baseburner:  $8550.00
 Round Oak H51
 Persian Warrior No. 18

 Persian Warrior No. 18

Ornate 1888 box stove,  by Copp Bros., Hamilton, Ontario. Both sides have a motif of griffins holding a lighted torch. The top plate has an oakleaf design. 17" x 24", with 18" firebox. Very distinctive.
This antique box stove: $1450.00
 Wilton Howe's Princess  

Wilton Howe's Princess

A beautiful parlor stove with three large mica windows to view the fire, this charming stove stands 46" high, and its base is 26" by 19", so that it can take a normal 16" piece of firewood. Gorgeous finial and ornate side loading door.

This antique parlor stove:  $1950.00

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Taylorsville, N. Carolina

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