Antique Stoves for Cooking and Baking: Kitchen Cook Stoves for Propane or Gas
Manufactured C. 1920 - 1940 ~ Electric Conversions Available
Cooking and baking is easy with gas oven, gas burners and ample cooking space and built-in storage space. During the 1920s, enamel stoves became popular. For the first time, the cook had a variety of colors to choose from plus the convenience of a stove that could easily be cleaned with a damp cloth. Typical colors were gray, white, beige, green and a spectacular blue. By the 1930s the advent of oil, gas and electricity made these fine ranges seem obsolete, but because they were built to last and so beautifully crafted, those cook stoves that survive today are highly prized as functional works of art.