Red Cloud D Wood/Coal Antique Pot Belly Stove with nickel belly
Overall Dimensions: 28"W x 30"D
Footprint: 22"W x 23"D
Height to Cook Top: 41"H
Height to top of stove: 41"H
16" Stick of Wood
The Red Cloud, named after a famous Indian chief of the Oglala Sioux tribe, is a vintage potbelly stove that stands three feet tall. It has the archetypal look of a classic potbelly stove and is a reliable heater. Wood is loaded from a front door or from beneath the removable cooklid on top of the stove. Primary and secondary draft controls, as well as the ribbing on the body of the stove, help regulate and circulate the heat output. An ash clean out tray, located at the base behind the cleanout door, is a convenient feature. This Red Cloud comes with a nickel guard around the body, which is a handy safety feature. Red Cloud was an incomparable person and the Red Cloud potbelly stove is an incomparable heater.
These powerful cast iron stoves were primarily sold for commercial locations, general stores, post offices, the livery stables, where were they needed a powerful stove that would guarantee both wood and coal accessibility. These is a great stove with beautiful lines on it, a large flat section on top with a removable 10inch cook lid, vents off the top and includes shaker grate and ash pan. Solid cast iron and wonderful heater.