This is a superb stove coming from the middle of
the Art Deco movement in about 1930's (we have referenced this stove in our 1933
catalogue which is in simply fantastic condition.
This stove is a compact hybrid stove that can burn either wood or coal (and all
its derivatives) or a combination of both. Fuel is loaded from the right hand
door, or coal can be loaded from the top hatch found under the lid.
The 307 has the benefit of a complete refurbishment and service. The enamel work is in
superb condition there is not even the usual wear which is to be expected on any
piece like this stove that is of a certain age, and that has been used to give
heat and warmth to its previous owner.
It was made by the well known manufacturer Rosieres in the
Berry from the 1930's, and can be found in their 1933 catalogue. This
is medium compact but very heavy stove, and is called a 'poele MIXT
(muti fuel) by the
manufacturers. In almost pristine condition, and with the quality of casting
and enamelling associated with Rosieres. The stove epitomises the best in Art
Deco style and design. This stove is a working stove, and as such it
may have one or two small chips to the enamel, but I can't find
Please note that the mica windows have been renewed
It is around 80-90 years old and the condition is superior to a usual stove of its age. All working parts are in excellent condition, just connect the flue, light the match and away you go!
This is a beautiful, unusual stove and these photos do not really do it justice. The price when new, in 1930, was
290 old French francs.
Height 51cms (20¼”)
Width 48cms (18¾”)
Depth 38cms (15 ”)
The flue size is 9.7cms (3¾”) 30cms (11¾") from the floor
It can heat a room of 110m3 ~ 140m3Weight is about 60kgs