Discussion in 'Phoebus' started by kokelfix, Nov 15, 2014.
Hello, I would like to introduce a Phoebus Stove. Greetings
Stunning stove and beautifully presented.
Thank you kokelfix.
I like it . it has a sort of modern old fashioned look .
mixed metaphors I know . but its the best I can do .
lift out "simmer" plates .
a very "clean " looking stove .
thanks for the photos .
A fantastic stove! It seems to be made in two parts. Do you know if it was available in a 1-burner version? I know other manufacturers, Sievert Svea, for example had that design. One design that could be fixed together into a 2-burner model.
Hello ,i dont know if there is another version of this stove. I haven`t seen this one before.This household stove has a weight of 31 pounds and is fixed with 41 screws and 8 angle irons(fittet with asbestos paper).8 enameld sheets of iron are deviding the inner parts.The whole top,feet and intermediate parts are made of cast iron.I removed the asbestos stuff but i wouldn`t do it again.To rebuild such an stove can really take a little bit of time. Funny is the ignition tube fittet with steel wire and asbestos cord to preheat the burners.With a little bit experience you can start this stove without seeing a flame. Greetings
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