Ah, My Proud Beauty

This is the ultimate "it's still good." I have made my family save this 465 pound beast from the 1920's for almost 40 years. My grandmother, who cooked on it, would look at it and say, "Ah, my proud beauty." I had it restored and put it in my new kitchen. I hope I like it.

Model A Chamber's Stove in buttercup yellow


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5 comments:

Lindsay said...

Can't wait to hear how it works. It looks awesome at least. :)

Carrot Jello said...

Very nice!

Tarnation said...

Thanks!

Taryn said...

It does look awesome. I love it in your kitchen.

Larry Christi Wagner said...

I tried to post yesterday but it has not appeared, so I'll try again. We posted your beautiful stove on a Chambers Stove Forum I belong to -http://chamberscommune.proboards.com/thread/2423/ah-proud-beauty
and you have gotten some notice. If you would like to chime in our our group, we would love to hear from you!