Stovax Regency Bean Pot Assembly

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With the doors open and a fire burning, the Regency's large firebox produces the atmosphere of a traditional open fireplace. You can now capitalise on this with the Stovax Regency Bean Pot Assembly. Available in three sizes to suit the various Regency models the bean pot assembly includes the arm, bean pot and fixing to attach to the holes cast directly into the side of the stove.

£ 57.90 including VAT
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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. You can now capitalise on this with the Stovax Regency Bean Pot Assembly. Available in three sizes to suit the various Regency models the bean pot assembly includes the arm and fixing to attach to the holes cast directly into the side of the stove. The Regency bean pot is also included and it hangs on the arm and can be swung into and out of the fire.

Established in 1981 Stovax was setup to design, manufacture and distribute stoves, fireplaces and accessories across the UK and Ireland. Based in Exeter, in 1988 the decision to incorporate gas and electric models into the range and to build them onsite in the heart of Devon was taken. Gazco was born. Today the two companies work side by side and have expanded their product portfolio ten-fold.

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