Sievert No5 Heater

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  1. optipri

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    I have never seen this before. Actually not a stove, only a case to keep one in. Probably for heating purpose when wanting the flame safe parted from flammable items. And of course suitable for cooking too.
    I wonder what kind of stove it was meant for. It is rather high, 65cm and 27x27cm width.
    Made of thin steel sheet and some kind of copper plating. A peep-hole in the front to be able to check the flame and a lid at the lower part to insert the stove in.
    This particular item comes from Spain, might be a model that not was sold in Sweden.

    Bo

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    I believe you're right about it being a heater. Very stylish item for sure. It would be nice to know what stove set up originally made its home inside the heater.

    Ben
     
  3. Simes

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    Very Moorish, not suprised with Spanish connection.

    Early decorative radiator cover that used to be popular in the UK many years ago.

    Now thinking more for a lamp cover than stove for bedrooms, still heating but shades the light. Pressure lamp or wick?
     
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    Hi @optipri

    The position of the vents suggest something to heat the air, taking the ground level cold air, heating it, and expelling it by the top vents. May be a stove with a heater bowl over the burner?

    A real beauty!

    Cheers

    Enrique
     
  5. optipri

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    I recently saw another one of this model on the net. It had a Cimsa stove with a long stem and an ordinary stove burner at the top. Question is if Sievert sold it with or without stove? Maybe both.
    I will check id any heater I have will fit.
    I am pretty sure it is ment for a Pressure item.

    Bo
     
  6. Nicola Francesco Elia

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    Hi Bo,

    I've seen another one on todocolleccion with a single burner stove into it, no way to identify the stove looking at the pictures. Obviously this is not a fact, without a catalog image I don't think we'll ever know what was meant to stay inside :)

    Nicola
     
  7. fyrwokr

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    This is similar to the canned heat or Sterno portable heaters. Such as the "Porta-Heat" or the "SportaHeater" and "Tu-N-Wun" camp stove and heater