Greetings, All, A while back, my Mother-in-Law asked me if I would look for a French stove for her to use as decoration. Mom has always decorated her nice home in the French style, and decided that I should find her a stove. So, I went about it, got some suggestions here (Thanks, Mates!), and began looking for Mom's stove. I found two on the same night, on French eBay, and took screen shots of them both, then emailed them to my MIL. She loved a green enameled one, but when I told her the size, she fell out of love with it, and asked me to get the other one for her, which was a single burner Meths stove. (Now she wants me to get her a nice brass, or copper tea pot to go with it!) But, back to the story at hand. I had bought both stoves, and so we ended up with the larger one, which was one of those lovely enameled stoves, like the ones that @optipri , our friend, Bo, loves to so much, and has posted here!! But, our stove has scant markings, and so I'm only guessing that it's French. It might be from another Country. But, for now, I'm happily calling it French!! Here are some photos that I snapped, once we took delivery. The stove is in very nice condition, except for one tin priming pan, which was really bent out of shape. I bent it back as best I could, and though I'd have to solder it. But, after mucking about with it, the darned thing may work just fine. We'll see soon. Other than the cast iron stars decorating this lovely stove, these "A" stamps, denoting Alcohol, I'm guessing, are the only markings I can find. I'm hoping I can test this neat and lovely Fellow soon, and when that happens, I'll add the photos here. If any of you have any information about this stove, I'd love to hear it, please. Huge thanks to @optipri , @presscall , and posthumously, to @shagratork , our dear departed friend, Trevor, for all the posts and information that you Gentlemen have generously shared here. It has helped me a great deal, and I hope to learn more about this particular stove, too, as time passes. Take care, and God Bless! Every Good Wish, Doc PS - Mom LOVES her little French stove! It's grey enamel, and has French castings as part of the stove. Good to keep the MIL happy, especially when it comes to getting her "into stoves"!!