Ginger Creek Antique Stoves

Penn Ruby door detail

Made  in 1851 by Warnick and Leibrandt of Philadelphia, PA, this stately wood parlor stove is 26" high,with an 18" firebox. Highly decorative with patriotic wreath and shield patterning and columns. Beautiful and rare.

This Antique Stove:  $1950.

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Patria tiles and windows

Alaska 17 detail

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Baron 21 potbelly

Zero No. 23

Hub Oak No. 218

Florida franklin No. 13

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This double heater oak stove by Roberts Winner & Co.,Philadelphia, PA, stands 60" high, with a 22" sq. base and a 13" x 15" firepot. Lion's head brass finial and 3 mica windows to view the fire . 

This Antique Stove:$3550.

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.  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: $3500.

Patria No. 17

Alaska 17 potbelly

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Oak stoves can be used with either wood or coal.​~~~~~

Parlor stoves can only be used with wood.

Each stove is restored to its original grandeur and function and is unique.

 

We offer the highest quality antique stoves, beautifully restored to grace any home and hearth.

 

We also offer complete restoration services for your antique stove.

  

Ginger Creek Antiques Stoves is located in Taylorsville, North Carolina, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

 

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Florida door detail

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Elegant baseheater by O.G, Thomas of Taunton MA. 54" high, 21" footprint and 10" firepot for coal. Oven on top, back pipe, mica door on front and windows on sides, ceramic tile with glass jewels, nickle and brass trim, cherubs on the door, and sides.  
This Antique Stove: 
 $5250.

Hard to find potbelly stove with big mica windows, made by Grander & Co., of Royersford, PA. Circa 1890's,  stands 50" high, with a 17" firepot for wood or coal, and 20" x 24" footprint, very pretty filigree surround shelf.

This Antique Stove:$2950.

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Made by Hanging Rock Stove Co., Hanging Rock, Ohio,1896. Two sets of ornate sliding doors and two original ceramic tiles, with a brass winged cup finial. Stands 38 1/2" high, with a 13" firepot for coal or wood. Rare, but not expensive!

This Antique Stove: $1950.

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Made by Smith Anthony Co., Boston, this extra heavy large size oak stove stands 62 1/2" high with an 18" firepot for wood or coal. Solid cast iron main door with writing and patterning, gives a furnace-door look.

 This Antique Stove:  $3600.

Glenwood Grand No. 103

​Beautiful baseburner by Weir Stove Co., Taunton, Mass. 1894. Standing 66" high, with a 25" base,12" firepot, by 12" deep, oven on top. Mica windows on three sides. Distinctive and elegant, and a great heater.

This Antique Stove: $4850.

Union Air Tight No.2

Oakleaf No. 25 parlor stove

Superior AirTight 414

Made by Mt. Penn Stove Works of  Reading, PA, this 1899 double-heater oak stove stands 64" high, with a firepot that is 13" across and 16" deep. Four big mica windows, very unique design and patterning.

This Antique Stove: $3250.


Penn Ruby No. 16

Zeto with wood

Union Air Tight detail

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Beaver Franklin 14

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By Atlanta Stove Works. Classic general store style potbelly, 47" tall, 17 1/2" firepot for wood or coal. 24" sq. footprint. Fantastic heater.

This Antique Stove:$2550. 

1895 larger size Franklin stove by Beaver Stove & Range, Danville,PA. 47" tall, 27" wide,14" firepot, 4 sliding mica doors, two original ceramic tiles.

Designed for coal, but can be used with smaller pieces of hardwood.
This Antique Stove: $3450.

Superior AirTight detail

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Made by Knox Stove Works, Knoxville. Tenn., this medium sized box stove stands 24" high and 30" long, with a  9" x 21" firebox and 21 x 17 footprint. Heavy cast iron with patterning, and fits standard cordwood.

This Antique Stove:  $1250.

Extraordinary oak stove by Bridge, Beach & Co., St. Louis, stands 58" high, with a 25" sq. footprint, 14" firepot for wood or coal. Nine mica windows and gorgeous grape and leaf nickel trim all around, amazing finial, too. 

This Antique Stove:   $3450. 

Made by Co-operative Stove Co., of Cleveland, Ohio, this large size 1886 parlor stove is in great condition. The patterns on the front and side doors are really charming, and it has cook lids beneath its filigree top piece.

This Antique Stove:  $1950.

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