Restored Vintage Stoves

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In case you ever wanted to buy a vintage stove but wasn’t sure if it will look good in your home, we have a solution for you. You can try restoring it in a way that it will look good and will be in harmony with the rest of the space. As restoring it can be quite expensive, we have some tips for you that will help you save some money.
First of all, you can find many great deals on eBay and on other websites such as uship.com. On Uship you will be able to find great pieces of furniture with some affordable shipping prices.
In case you decide to choose the cheaper way and restore the stove yourself, be sure to consult a specialist first to be sure you are not damaging the furniture.

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60″ O’Keefe & Merritt Antique Gas Stove Chrome stove top 6 burners with simmers, warming oven, upper left side oven, left side broiler, center oven, right side Grillevator broiler, clock/timer, 1 power outlet, fluorescent back splash light with chrome shelf, 2 pots & pan storage on bottom left & right.

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15 Responses to “Restored Vintage Stoves”

  1. crafting says:

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  2. Mary garcia says:

    I have a stove exactly , white magic chef I am down sizing and I want to sell my stove , everything works in great conditions if anybody is interested !

  3. Ermott says:

    Be careful, installing one of these in you home may void your fire insurance.

  4. Francesca says:

    Truly awesome..I had to part with my Early Kooka when the gas supply changed in 1983..and have always regretted it.

  5. Rhonda says:

    If you want one Elmira Stove Works in Elmira, Ontario (Canada) makes these with modern efficiency abiding by ULC codes and modern gas and electrical fittings

  6. Laura's Last Ditch Vintage Kitchenwares says:

    I miss the antique stove we had in our first house (in fact, I wanted to buy the house because of the stove). It wasn’t as fancy as the ones here, but it was still lovely, with lots of chrome, tick-tock timer, and a back light. I wish we had taken it with us when we moved out of state.

  7. Mary says:

    I see only 3 stoves. Are there more? I can’t find a forward button.

  8. Steven says:

    I have a 1950 Crosley stove my parents bought new I still use it but would love to have it reconditioned any one know who does this? I live in Ohio.

  9. Sharon schumacher says:

    Would like to find out more

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