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"Monopole" 116
Multi Fuel
Tower stove
by Deville
Charleville Mézières
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£ POA Sold Others available in different sizes/colours
What another rare find!
We found this stove in a small village in Eastern Burgundy. It is enamelled on all four sides in a beautiful French blue colour , and on each side of the casting is a pair of Birds of Paradise. The superbly flowing corner pillars are nickelled. The natural and continuous Art Nouveau design dates the stove to around 1910.

  • The firebricks have been completely renewed with a modern fireboard.
  • All metal work has all been newly re-nickelled and looks superb.
  • The mica has been replaced in the door.
  • One of the rear hinges has been professionally repaired.
  • The top plate has also been professionally repaired.
  • The condition is absolutely magnificent, and the colour is superb.
  • The firebox, riddler and ash box are all in excellent working order and it is ready to use.

    This stove would add grandeur to any period home and would compliment an elegant conservatory.
    A rare opportunity to own a working, living individual piece of French 20th C history. Stoves like this one do not come on the market often so we advise you to offer early to avoid disappointment.
  • Height 100cms (39”)
  • Height 128cms (50½") with the lid up
  • Width 44cms (17½”)
  • Depth 44cms (17½””)
  • The flue is 10.4cms (4”) in diameter
  • Weight is 125kgs (275lbs)
  • It can heat  room of 150m3 ~ 225m3

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