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Grandjean stove

Discussion in 'France' started by optipri, Oct 13, 2016.

  1. optipri

    optipri Sweden Subscriber

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    This is an odd one. It has many similarities to other French stoves but are meanwhile looking like no one else. Embossed in the enameled frame Onion, orion, Paris or something like that is visible. Very hard to read. But in the bottom it is easier to see the name Grandjean.
    The burner is very special, it has two rings with holes and a pipe from the tank to each of them.
    On the tank, that is square, you can see two controls. So by open one or both it is possible to get a wide or a narrow flame. A genious design.
    Unfortunately the frame has been broken once upon a time and has been welded so the enamel is damaged at these parts.

    Bo

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  2. cooleman Canada

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    Funny name,means Big John.
     

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