The cladding area of the furnace is 8.2 sq. m.
The cost is for the production, shipping to EU and installation on prepared base.
Faience chamotte, glazes, completely handmade.
A tiled stove Art Nouveau style in a delicate mint color with a large sculpted snow-covered tree on the front facade.
The stove was developed based on antique stoves in the national romanticism style in the northwestern region, where the main emphasis in the decor was on the color and effects of glazes.
Usually northern tiled stove Art Nouveau have a laconic architecture and one dominant decor – panels, ornamental friezes, etc. They are still very attractive with their refined restraint to this day; they perfectly fit into modern interiors. These furnaces do not require that the room is designed to fit them and do not dominate in space, although they charm and incline to the endless contemplation of their pure beauty.
Our tiled stove Art Nouveau style is designed at the junction of two types of Art Nouveau sub-styles – national romanticism, also called Northern Art Nouveau, and German Art Nouveau, which bears another name – Jugendstil. From national romanticism, there is a strict architecture of the furnace, complemented only by large curved cornices. Jugendstil is represented by a wonderful, almost elven, tree covered with a nacre effect glaze, which made branches and leaves seem slightly powdered with sparkling snow.
Majolica plays of pure mint glaze flicker and sparkle in the light, change their shades depending on the lighting and shine with beauty, which photos cannot fully show, captivating and delighting the viewer.