G M Iron Woo/Coal Antique Column Stove
Overall Dimensions: 35"W x 16"D
Footprint: 35"W x 16"D
Height to Cook Top: 22"H
Height to top of stove: 34"H
20" Stick of Wood
The GM Iron Column heating stove was a popular stove during the Civil War era. Standing at close to four feet in height, the airtight stove features efficient design elements that were state of the art for its day. The large cylinder, that connects the two columns, serves to circulate the heat in an extremely efficient manner. A fan at each end of the cylinder increases the heat output. The body of the stove features four doors, one on each side and two decorative doors on the front. Wood and coal can be loaded from all four doors and the fire can be viewed by opening the front doors. An extended hearth and removable hearth plate allow for easy cleanup of ashes. A removable cooklid rests on top of the box body. To own the GM Iron Column Stove is to own a piece of history.