We just received a new photo and a family history story on a Bridge Beach Wood Stove. Click on the Link below for more detailed info.
The owner is also looking for more info from any of our readers.
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Wood Stove Bridge Beach No 148-18
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We have a reader that is seeking more info on his Bridge Beach & Co. Parlor Stove.
Such a beautiful stove. Too bad there are not more of these in existence. Or more documented history.
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Photo Courtesy of Andrew Linquist – Plano, Texas Image©Andrew Linquist
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Vintage pieces of Cast Iron are fascinating in many ways. Especially the ones you have never seen. Or initially have no clue as to what their originally intended purpose was.
At first glance you often try to associate its function with something modern day.
This particular item had me instantly thinking of a wall mounted fold down pot shelf. Other than the fold down, and shelf, I was decades away from its actual function.
Have you seen one of these before? Did you actually know what it is? If not, you may be interested in knowing more?
Follow over to our more in depth article, including more photos at
Cast Iron Warming Shelf.
Image courtesy of Mary Morris All Images on this site are to be considered ©Copyright by their owners
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This Bridge Beach Model 888 Stove is an exceptional example of vintage craftsmanship.
We list vintage cast iron in many forms to help the novice collector. See details below the image.
full article at this link – Bridge Beach Model 888
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