Svea "Jolp" No 360

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  1. optipri

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    I was in a dilemma, post this stove in Sievert section or in French stove section. But as other similar are here I descided to have this one here too.
    There has been some discussion concerning Jolp in other posts and as far as I find out, they only made the frames and imported the burner and tanks from other manufacturers, one was Sievert.
    When searching among my documentation I find that I had some copies of this brand, they are shown here.
    I will try to update other posts with the right "Jolp" number soon.

    This item is in great condition for it's age, I only had to do some slight polishing. And all parts seems to be original. The only that differs from mine from the catalogue pages are the two oval slots in the mid part of the stove.

    Bo

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    A real enameled beauty, optipri!

    Congratulations

    Enrique
     
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    Nice stove!!!
     
  4. abbahco1

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    This is fantastic, Bo! Bravissimo!
     
  5. presscall

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    It's good to have sight of this Svea example. You're right @optipri about the discussion of the manufacturer's connection. THIS example from @Conny C of Coleman parts in a Jolp frame was intriguing and together with your Svea illustrates the versatility of the company's work.

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    Bo, that is a beautiful stove.
    I understand your dilemma of whether to place the stove in the France or Sweden gallery.
    Some of the enameled cast frames are clearly marked 'Jolp' but use Svea stove parts.
    These have been placed in the France section of the Gallery.

    This one is clearly marked 'Svea' and so rightly belongs in the Sweden section.
     
  7. Tony Press

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    @optipri

    Another treasure!

    There must be a gold mine of stoves in your shed.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  8. optipri

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    I had Conny's stove in mind when talking about various manufacturers. Obviously they used Coleman parts, maybe others too?
    But we all know there was a lot of branded models, this is just one of them.

    Don't worry Tony, still a bunch to take care of in my barn so more will come.

    Bo
     
  9. Patrick Louis Dit Picard

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    Hello OptiPri,

    What a beauty !
    The company Max Sievert manufactured of high quality.
    Isuppose the fondry was perhaps made in France ?
    Regards,
    Patrick.
     
  10. optipri

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    Yes, that is right Patrick. It seems like there were a number of manufacturers in France, specialized on enamelled cast iron products.

    Bo