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Antique Stove Hospital | Meet the Stove Doctors

Antique Stove Hospital | Meet the Stove Doctors
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A black SUV pulls into the driveway, and Emery Pineo stops holding forth long enough to take a gander at the open maw of its cargo hold, which contains a gray-enamel Glenwood cookstove. Brandon ambles over, and the father-and-son team bend over the heater’s graceful curves, poking their heads into the firebox and the cavernous oven. “This is a brilliant stove,” Brandon says.Emery nods his head: “This is a really, really nice stove.” He pauses and wipes his hands on his soot-stained flannel shirt. “Unless you want to sell it to me. Then it’s a piece of junk.”

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Ben Hewitt


Ben Hewitt


The Hewitt family runs Lazy Mill Living Arts, a school for practical skills of land and hand. Ben's most recent book is The Nourishing Homestead, published by Chelsea Green.

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One Response to Antique Stove Hospital | Meet the Stove Doctors

  1. Dr. Patricia Gutheil November 30, 2014 at 10:18 am #

    We first met Emory and Brandon when we made our trip from South Central Pennsylvania up to Little Compton RI.
    We saw a stove on their website and bombarded the two with questions & questions & questions and still more questions and they were knowledgeable, friendly, and patient with us!

    We couldn’t be more pleased with our purchase.

    I definitely would not hesitate to purchase another stove from these folks, they are great people!

    Dr. Patricia Gutheil

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