Here's a good little stove by Deville from the early part of the 20thC and was
designed as an open fireplace stove.
We show it here with an optional bio fuel burner which makes it as versatile as
it gets. With a bio fuel burner, there's no need for a chimney so you can get
the benefit of around 1.5-2kw of heat and the joy of looking at an open flame.
Installation can be any room in the house that you choose, and because of its
relatively light weight, you can change its place whenever you wish!
It was made by the well known manufacturer Deville & Cie of Charleville in the
Ardennes between 1900 and 1930, and can be found in their 1923 catalogue. This
is small sized stove, and is called a 'Cheminee a Panneaux' by the
In excellent condition, and with the quality of casting and enamelling
associated with Deville. The stove epitomises the best in Art Nouveau style and
This stove is a working stove, and as such it does have one or two small chips
to the enamel, but you have to search for them. This stove does not come with
the original hook on ash plate, this will be supplied in a cast iron finish.
(not shown in the photos.)
Please note that the this stove has been thoroughly cleaned , but not
restored. It has been prepared to accept a bio-fuel burner The mica windows are
original and have not been renewed, and the firebricks have
It is between 90 & 100 years old and the condition is consistent with its age.
Weight is about 36kgs
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