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I haven’t been posting door(s) weekly on Thursday Doors, but I’ve been photographing interesting doors at every opportunity. 🙂
I spied this vintage wood stove at Daffodil Hill Farm in mid March when I went up to photograph the Daffodils in bloom. I love the rust, and decorations on it. I have no idea how old or what brand it is. It does say 1870 above the top set of doors, but that could only mean it’s when the company was founded.
The Daffodil in bloom just offset of the stove was placed perfectly for this composition I thought.
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Nikon Df| Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G| Delkin Digital Film| PS CC 2017
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37 thoughts on “Thursday Doors Vintage Wood Stove”
This stove is adorable and the patina and details are great. How hard was it for you to not buy it and find a random corner at home to stick it in?
Isn’t it gorgeous. There were a few stoves around the property. I didn’t see a price on anything out on the grounds, but I would have been constrained by the lack of space in the car. We were a group of three with gear and tripods filling up the cargo space, and backseat. 😦
Thank you so much for the conversation and coming by my blog!
! So glad you were able to join us this week 🙂
Fabulous!! Love this. I have a soft spot for wood stoves.
Thank you so much Janet for the lovely comment! I’m glad you like this image. 🙂
I liked this beautifully decorated wood stove, Deborah. The intricate patterns made it appear like a pillared miniature mansion! 🙂
Hope you didn’t mind my belated comments, dear. ❤
Oh, I love your description Robin! Thank you so much. 🙂
Oh bother… everything I was going to say has already been said! anyway, wonderful photo!
🙂 The same thing happens to me a lot.
Thank you so much for the comment and letting me know you liked the post. 🙂
What a super stove! The daffodil and the stove do set each other off perfectly!
Thank you so much Marian! I’m glad you liked this entry for Thursday Doors.
Very cool photo!
Thank you so much Lynn!
I love this composition! The stove seems to fit right in to the landscape. 🙂
Thank you so much Amy!
Oh that is a beauty Deborah – thanks for sharing this one. So glad you were able to join us this week 🙂
Thanks for having me over Norm! 🙂 I’m glad you liked this set of doors too.
Welcome back to Thursday Doors, Deborah. I love stove doors! I think this is a great find and wonderfully composed. I like the accent burst of color the flower gives the rusted stove.
Thank you so much Dan!
I probably won’t be posting weekly to Thursday Doors, but when a special doors comes along I will. 🙂
I like that burst of color too. Glad you like the stove and doors!
Just amazing! I love the daffodil… Great shot!
Oh yes, that’s a charming lil stove. I’m glad it’s being repurposed in such a pleasant way 🙂
Me too! Thanks Joey for the comment!
Great stove, door, and I love the blue. 🙂
The slate color with the rust is nice isn’t it. I’m glad you like it too.
Thank you so much for the comment Judy!
I like the stove as well. Beautiful shot.
Thank you so much John!
Just gorgeous Deborah! I love the daffodil..new against the old. Great shot!
Thank you so much Antonia! 🙂
Oh yes, so warm. ❤
Thank you MMM!
What a shame that beautiful old stove is sitting outside in the elements! … although I guess being surrounded by flowers isn’t such a bad thing 😉
I don’t know if it’s out all winter, or if they bring it out for Spring/Summer only. I haven’t been up there in Winter, but it doesn’t look bad at all if it has been out in the elements for years does it?
Actually it looks really good. I’m surprised someone hasn’t made them an offer for it.
I wonder if they would have sold it? 🙂