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So Many beautiful (and OLD) Masonaries

 
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From Low-Tech magazine. I love the pressed metal tile stoves. Just gorgeous.

Masonry Stoves done up real pretty
 
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Awesome thread.

My personal taste leans towards the old school tile.
 
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Thanks for that . I actually know someone in Germany with an oven just like the first one pictured

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Oh, sure, you could do that. Or you could eat some pie. While reading this tiny ad:
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