Pura (Mid 40's) Smaller Type

Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by Sedgman, Jun 21, 2019.

  1. Sedgman

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    This is a better example of the Pura Single Burner stove. This is the smaller of the two types and has the long lever. The larger type, often featured in advertisements has a square control. They are all from around the mid 1940s. I have seen around just over half a dozen of the smaller units and only one of the larger stoves, which I'm guessing are more scarce.

    This one is still close to 'as found' and in better condition than the one I have previously posted. This one shows the logo better. The stove is 8.5" high.

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    Iain Sedgman
     
  2. Tony Press

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    Is that stove I fired? It looks in great condition.

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  3. Sedgman

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    Very pleasing condition for the age. Has been fired. The paint is complex so I will probably just preserve.
    Iain