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The Round Oak Cylinder Stove was manufactured around 1918 by the grandfather of all cylinder stove craftsmen - the legendary P.D. Beckwith, the founder of the Round Oak Stove Company in Dowagic, Michigan. This is one classic wood heating stove featuring clean lines, and traditional Round Oak design elements. In addition to the celebrated Round Oak name on the nickel name plate, the name is crafted into the nickel skirting, as well as crafted on one of the legs. A brass Indian finial is featured on top of the stove. The legendary Indian, "Doe Wa Jack," is a signature of the Roud Oak Stove Company and the finial is not only a treasure but a significant historical piece.
The powerful antique wood heater burns over night and provides an even, comfortable warmth. Four mica windows are shaped around the draft control. A cooklid is hidden beneath the cast iron dome and there's an ash clean out door at the base of the stove. The Round Oak cylinder stove is a truly remarkable antique wood heating stove.