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This is a Georg Haller stove made by Georg Haller Co. of Ottensen (Hamburg) c. 1900. Included is a grey graniteware teapot and tray. The stove is know to burn very clean and odor free. The fuel reservoir is missing which was nothing more then a basin for the wick, where care had to be taken to prevent spilling. This would be easy to replace if a person wanted to use this. The white porcelain piece is the wick holder, one piece is dark grey graniteware and has a hole for venting. The chain on the teapot lid is no longer attached to the handle, there are a few chips but other then that this piece is in very nice condition.

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  • Materials: graniteware, porcelain, metal, wick
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