Home Comfort stoves were some of the most popular in their time and remain so today. Manufactured by the Wrought Iron Range Company in St. Louis, Missouri these cook stoves were sold door-to-door by the "Home Comfort man was the manufacture built in the 1920s. This is a great stove a rare stove with all of the options that made the stove so desirable throughout rural America. It was every farm whites choice easy to keep clean beautiful and with all of the amenities that made cooking baking he hot water easy.
This Home comfort stove is finished with in an exceptional gray and white speckleware and has many built in conveniences. The 6-lid cook top provides ample space for cooking. Seen on the right-hand side of the stove is a water reservoir used to heat 5 gallons of water. The Wrought Iron Range company was the only company to engineer a water reservoir that could mounted on the left of the right stove depending on the homeowners needs. Also it can easily be removed without compromising the appearance of the stove in any way. An ornate cast iron shelf adds space to the cook top. Like the water reservoir, it can be placed on either side of the stove or removed as needed.
A warming closet gives this stove height. This features traps heated air behind two separate doors for heating bread, rolls or other such items. also with the home comfort logo built into them hinged to fold-down. Conveniences include a speckleware bar for towels that runs across the length of the cook top.
Fueled by wood or coal, the fire box is found on the left-hand side of the stove. An area for cleaning out ashes is sits beneath the fire box door. A large oven has a hinged door that opens down. Among the features that sets the Home Comfort stove apart from the competition includes one of the largest ovens available in an antique stove. Measuring 14.5 inches high x 18 inches wide x 21 inches deep, it includes 3 levels in the oven. A mechanical draft control below the firebox allows users to control air intake and therefore the rate of burn and degree of heat output. Another convenience is found below the oven; this is a small cabinet space for storing wood, pots and pans.
This stove includes a speckled flue pipe that rises from the cook top and exits above the warming closet. Accessories like this are typically lost or misplaced making this matching piping a desired anomaly in the antique stove world.
Restored Single Oven Enamel Home Comfort Wood and Coal Antique Cook Stove
Manufactured Circa 1880-1920
Not a Reproduction
$3850.00 - $5850.00