The Tipi wood burning stove from Invicta has a distinct futuristic aesthetic, yet is also evocative of the native American abode. It is a cast iron tripod with double doors and elevated combustion chamber and anthracite finish, suitable for the larger modern interior. A considerable 10kW output and 78% efficiency make the Tipi a superior heat source, not to mention a work of art in its own right.
Established in 1924 in Doncherty in the French Champagne-Adrenne region, the Invicta foundry and enamel plants extend far beyond the reaches of just wood burning stoves, offering fireplaces, barbecues, culinary pottery, furniture and decoration. Everything from development, engineering and manufacturing is done in-house giving Invicta 100% control, from design inception to product creation.