Originally patented in 1742 by Benjamin Franklin, the Regency enjoys a pedigree unmatched by any other stove. It was designed at a time when America was still a British colony and its proportions were undoubtedly influenced by Franklin’s extended visits to Georgian London. With the doors open and a fire burning, the Regency’s large firebox produces the atmosphere of a traditional open fireplace.
The Regency is supplied in two sizes. A pair of polished brass balls are supplied with each stove and a brass rail set is available as an optional accessory. Cast into the side panel of every Regency is a support bracket into which a barbecue or bean pot may be fixed. Each of these is manufactured from cast iron and is supplied complete with a swinging arm which fits into the support bracket.
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