There seems to be a Stovax theme to my recent blogs, and this week is no different. Having said this, I do like an enamel stove, I think they hark back to the continental enamel stoves of the earlier part of the last century, the Godins, Miruses etc. A number of moden manufactures still produce enamel stoves such a Aga, Franco-Belge and this example a Stovax Brunel Multi-Fuel Stove in dark Green Enamel. I think they look so attractive and are easy to keep clen due to their smooth, glossy finished, I’m surprised they are not more popular and that more manufacturers don’t make them. In fact, Aga used to make an enamel version of the Little Wenlock Multi-Fuel stove but stopped production some time ago now as it didn’t sell very well. Most strange!
Stovax are a British company established in 1981, based in Exeter, and are the largest manufacturer of stoves and fireplaces in the UK. Stovax also manufacture a number of other stove brands including Yeoman, Dovre, Nordpeis, Lotus and Varde.