At Ginger Creek Antique Stoves, our purpose is to provide the best quality, authentically restored antique stoves. We feel it is an honor and an homage to our American heritage to rescue and preserve these beautiful and useful antiques. It is also very interesting and exciting, to find and restore each stove - it has become a passion! -- we call it 'the stove fever'!
Russell Lent does all our stove restoration. His work is 100% meticulous, because he is a perfectionist, by nature, and a class A mechanic with 30 years experience. Christine Auger does the website design, correspondence and shipping arrangements. Together we go on adventures to search out and retrieve each stove, and then research each one. We provide as much information as possible about our stoves, including special functions, suggested usage, basic wood stove safety, and any historical documentation we can find.
We love the entire process of seeing a beautiful stove come back to life - and
we really have a lot of fun and interesting experiences with our stove hunting.
Who We Are
Where We Are Located
In addition to our own highest quality antique stoves, Ginger Creek Antique Stoves represents top notch antique stoves, expertly restored, by Brian Spandl of Mill Lake Metal Finishing, Long Prairie, Minnesota. Brian does the nickel plating for our stoves and - as you can see, he does excellent work. He also does copper and brass plating and polishing of any brass and copper items. We are delighted to be presenting Brian's wonderful stoves here at Ginger Creek.
As always, Ginger Creek will arrange the shipping, at the most affordable cost, to anywhere in the continental USA.
We are located in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Taylorsville, North Carolina.
"Cast from the Past"
Mill Lake Metal Finishing - Brian Spandl
Taylorsville, N. Carolina
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