Get a Chambers Model C restored your way.
The Chambers Imperial – the brand’s last large stove, made for large homes and restaurants in 1935.
1922 Chambers 3-burner “apartment stove” – a true “barn find” waiting to be restored for its new home.
High backsplash version of the Chambers model C in buttercup yellow.
Near-mint all original Chambers model C.
Inarguably one of the best stoves ever made. The O’Keefe & Merritt model 600 has one peer: the Chambers Model C. They are the Rolls Royce & Bentley of the stove world.
Chambers C with 4 burners instead of a Thermowell.
Cool, art deco Magic Chef with an unusual steel top. It’s unique in that it’s all-original, but could blend in perfectly with any modern kitchen, too.
This early 1960s Glenwood was designed to not only heat your meals, but your home, too!
An uncommon 1948 model BZ with a black enamel top.