Can you help identify my wood burning stove

Rugbyears Posted By Rugbyears, Nov 11, 2013 at 6:45 PM

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  1. Rugbyears

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    Hi all....You will note that I'm new around here so thank you for having me. :)

    I've recently purchased what I was informed 'an old wood burning stove'. However, upon receiving it I quickly realised that the throat plate was perished, a large how smack bang in the centre. I've searched the entire stove for a manufacturer or model number so that I can order an alternative, sadly I am unable to identify any markings.

    Can someone kindly identify the stove or suggest a replacement throat plate.

    I'm delighted to have discovered this place :) thanks all!
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  2. webbie

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    I'm going to assume you are from the UK and my guess is that the stove is a homegrown one from there.

    It may be an older model of a Hillandale - but I have seen quite a few british stoves which look similar. Most don't have the cast iron filigree in the door, though.....

    So I would start there......send them a pic and see if it's theirs.....
    http://www.broseleyfires.com/Hillandale/Monroe-5-SE_Multifuel-Stove.html
     
  3. Rugbyears

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    Apologies I omitted that I was from the UK.

    Thank you, I really appreciate your help.
     
  4. Rugbyears

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    Brief update, I have discovered that it is a Warmland Stove.

    Thank you for your help! :)
     
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