Sougland-Aisne Stored Heat Cook Stove

  • This extremely rare Sougland-Aisne stored heat cooker is a work of outstanding design
  • The Art Nouveau-period cast iron stove could either be fired with charcoal or wood
  • Two ovens, two warming ovens and three burners offer a range of cooking and baking options
  • This elegant appliance is a true wonder of domestic antiques
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Item No. 29-6539

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This extremely rare and striking Sougland-Aisne stored heat cooker is a work of outstanding design. This Art Nouveau-period cast iron stove could either be fired with charcoal or wood, and has three “burners” on top with covers and concentric registers to fit different sizes of cooking pots, as well as to provide different levels of heat. The stove also features two ovens almost certainly kept at different temperatures, two warming ovens, and smaller drawer and a glass-paned double window, which could have served as a vent. Set upon pierced cast-iron feet, this cook stove also features a chimney flue, fuel storage, and a spigot and copper bucket for draining water. Original ceramic tiles serve both as insulation and charming decoration, and a brass rail provides additional safety. Similar stoves are featured in the 1930 Catalogue Sougland Aisne.

This elegant appliance is a true wonder of domestic antiques. Sougland stoves are considered by many to be the very finest of cook stoves. French-made and of the highest quality, they are very rare to find in the United States.

Labeled “Sougland-Aisne, No. 154”

Circa 1890

59” wide x 31 ¼” deep x 56 ¼” high (with chimney)
Sougland-Aisne Stored Heat Cook Stove
Period: 19th Century
Origin: France
Depth: 31.25 Inches
Width: 59.0 Inches
Height: 56.25 Inches

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