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Stiegel Stove Plate

Stiegel 1769 Stove Plate

This side from a dismantled five plate stove was used for many years as a fireback.

Cast at the Elizabeth Furnace, Pennsylvania, this plate, like the Hereford Stove Plate, is unusual for not featuring a religious theme as did most stoves of the time.

Henry William Stiegel, known as The Baron, was an early American ironmaster. He founded The Elizabeth Furnace (named for his wife), and the town of Manheim in Lancaster County, and the Charming Forge of Berks County, Pennsylvania. He is better known today for his glass ware. Encouraged by the patriotic adoption of a boycott of British imports and having already made window glass and bottles at Elizabeth Furnace, Stiegel built a glassworks, later called the American Flint Glassworks, at Manheim.

• Reproduction Stove Plate by J. Del Conner ©JDC 2019

• Cast Iron, Made by hand in the USA

• First introduced in 2019, available December 2019

• SP012 - 22.75" wide, 18.875" high, 7/8” thick, 55 pounds

• $495 retail price • $435 sale price includes free ups ground shipping

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