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Ginger Creek Antique Stoves

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New York colum stove

Lady with the Torn Skirt
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Ginger Creek Antique Stoves,  Taylorsville, N. Carolina

Round Oak D16 finial

A beautiful 1892 parlor stove with 4 aqua ceramic tiles, an exquisite swingtop and urn finial; the Sylvan stands 50" high, with a 26 x 21" footprint. It has 3 mica windows to view the fire. Made by Co-op Foundry of Rochester, NY.  An impressive centerpiece for any room.


  Sale price was $3100. now $2850.


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Sylvan Red Cross No. 133

Made by Marion Stove Co., Ind., 1895, this unique oak stove has mica doors on 3 sides. Designed for coal but can use wood. 59" high, 18" firepot, wrap-around filigree skirts - lots of charm.

Sale price was $3450. now $3250.



A classic Round Oak circa 1900-1905 by Estate of P.D. Beckwith of Dowagiac, Mich. The D16  stands 56" high, with a 19" footprint and a 16" firepot. Beautiful Indian finial. Grate is for wood.

Sale price was $2550. now $2450.

The fabled Florence Hot Blast Airtight , 155, by C. Emrich, Columbus, Ohio, pat. 1899. Five mica windows and the original hot blast firepot functionality. It stands 69" high, with a 30 x 30" footprint. Phenomenal stove, great presence, great heater.

This antique stove: Sold! $4250.00

Unique wood parlor stove by Pratt & Perkins, Boston. 1852. Stands 36"  high with 21" x 10" firepot. Lots of nice detail, made to resemble an organ. Sliding doors on front open to original filigree fence, plus a side loading door. Firebrick lining.

This antique stove:  $2450.00


Made by National Stove Works of Peekskill, NY, this 1853 Franklin fireplace stove can be freestanding or set into a fireplace. It has a removable front with mica windows and three legs. Exquisitely ornate and historic.

This antique stove:  $2450.00


By Magee Furnace Co., Boston, 1899, pat'd 1887, baseheater. Ornate cup finial, oven on top, lined 12" firepot and piggyback  filigree pipe cover on back. 59" high.Original, complete; beautiful working condition.  Sale price  was $4250. now $3950.


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Onward Leader

This historic 1850 NY column stove, "Stanley's Patent No. 3", is better known as the 'Lady with the Torn Skirt', because of the depiction on the front folding/sliding doors. It stands 36" high, with a 29" x 20" footprint, and a 7" x 19" firebox, with a back refractory liner.

Was $1850.  Sale price: $1650.


Made by Fuller Warren Co., Troy, NY, 1857, this very ornate wood parlor stove stands 36" high, with a 32" x 25" footprint, and a 10" x 23" firebox, with a back refractory liner, sliding front doors, and a humidifier finial.

Sale price was $2150. now $1950.


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Made by Rock Island Stove Co., in Illinois, this smaller size oak stove stands 51" high, has a 14" firepot and a 20" sq. base. Beautiful mica window door to view the fire. Very classy and not overly frilly.
Sale price was $2450. now $2200.


Columbian vent

Green Mountain detail

 Made by Keeley Stove Co., of Columbia, PA.1898, this small size oval heater stands 35" high, with a 17" firebox .Very nice decorative detail and perfect for heating a smaller sized space. 

This antique stove: Sold! $750.00


Columbian Air-Tight No. 818

A highly ornate 1850 parlor stove made by H.J. Ruggles of West Poultney, VT. This charming historic stove stands 35" high with a 21" x 25" footprint. Two sets of front doors, and side door. Rare and optimal condition.

Was $2850. Sale price: $2650.


Green Mountain parlor stove

Farmers Favorite side

Florence boot rail

Superior Radiator finial

Mistletoe finial

Art Manhattan tile detail

Peekskill window detail

Riverside Oak mica door

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An extra large size box stove, with  a running horse on three sides. Made by Southern Stove Works of Richmond, VA, 1890 to 1910. this impressive stove is 29" high, 34" x 23" footprint, and a 29" x 15" firebox. A great heater and a rare find.

Was  $2750. Sale price $2450.


Made by Eugene Munsell and Co., NY, in 1891, this base heater has 6 doors with mica windows, a coal magazine, a beautiful blue portrait tile, and its original statue finial. It is 52" high with a 21" base, and 12" firepot.  What a great stove!

Was: $3750.00 Sale Price: $3450.


Made by Bridge Beach Co., of St. Louis, MO. this furnace parlor stove stands 54" high with an 11" firepot, and 23" footprint. Beautiful winged brass finial, mica windows to view the fire and two yellow daisy ceramic tiles. Very heavy cast iron- an amazing heater for its size. 
Was $2650.
Sale price: $2450.


Round Oak D16

Farmers Favorite No. 32

Florence Hot Blast No. 155

Superior Radiator No. 11

Organ parlor No. 2

Mistletoe No. 3

Retort Oak No. 18

Art Manhattan No. 120

Peekskill 1853 Franklin

Riverside Oak No. 33