The Småland Stove 1896
The first range we manufactured ourselves is based on a model from 1896 and is today made from reinforced castings. The large baking oven’s top is clad with a 15 mm soapstone slab to give a more uniform oven temperature and longer heat retention. If the oven is filled with a soapstone kit, it retains the heat all night long. The range can also be supplemented with heating flanges to spread the heat in the room faster. The chimney can be connected at the rear or at the top. The range is accompanied by stove hook, soot rake, ash box, stove black, heat-proof mortar, thermometer and two smooth baking trays. For rear connection, a chimney collar and flue connection are also included.
The most Swedish stuff there is
The Dala horse, cinnamon buns, Falun sausages, the Midsummer pole… Sweden is rich in national symbols, traditions, and great design that’s worth preserving. Just like the Småland Stove. The name alone usually evokes a nostalgic smile. We’ve all experienced the convivial atmosphere of a kitchen with a wood-fired cast-iron stove at some time. The Småland Stove is a traditional stove from kitchens of the past that gives cosy warmth. As enjoyable to cook on as it is to snuggle next to, it blends in easily in a classical kitchen as it does in a hunting lodge or country cabin. The richly-ornamented cast-iron is like a precious ornament that you will always enjoy. One hundred percent Swedish handcraft at its best.