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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Vintage White Stove for White Wednesday

My new stove.....
This is a 1948 Montgomery Wards gas stove.
My husband found it on Craig's List for a steal...$40!
I love all that chrome!
It's all there and in working condition and was just converted from natural gas to propane.
Complete with owner's manual.
It's has a temporary home in the pole barn for now until we move it into the bunkhouse.

Isn't that light fixture neat!

Thank you Faded Charm for another White Wednesday!


Cabin and Cottage said...

I've always had fantasies about a stove like this! Lucky Lady! Jacqueline

Tete said...

What a wonderful find!
I remember my mom and grandma cooking on these old stoves.
It's in perfect condition and so clean.
Amazing WW post!
Hugs- Tete

Rebecca said...

You are soooooo lucky-what a find in such great condition-I'm jealous!

Theresa said...

That is AMAZING!! You are a lucky girl, what a beautiful stove! I looked for an old one on CL when our stove went out but there weren't any to be found. The new 'vintage' models are soooo expensive. Like I said... you are sooo lucky! Theresa

Debra@Common Ground said...

Oh My Gosh, this is wonderful. When I first got married we lived in a little rental and I cooked on one like this. so cool!!

Angela said...

That is to die for!!

Virginia said...

Wow!! What a buy...$40! Beautiful.

A Cottage Muse said...

So wonderful! For the bunkhouse? Can't wait to see that!!

Miss Gracie's House said...

Ohh...I LOVE it!

Connie said...

What a steal!

Thespoena McLaughlin said...

Hi there, I just got a "new" vintage stove. Same type with the same light fixture and same handles only mine doesn't have a window on the oven and has one less knob and one less vent on the back. I'm just curious if you have any info on these stoves. Yours is the only one I have found online that is like mine. Any advice?