It was 1912 in Shelbyville, Indiana, a small town near the Little Blue and Big Blue Rivers when John Chambers started his stove company. The Chambers Company was best known for their unique wool insulation carefully prepared in each oven which allowed for the heat to retain after being shut off. According to Mr. Chambers, this technique preserved the value of the food. Chambers Stoves eventually shut down production in the early 1990s and more recently, a company in Los Angeles has recovered the Chambers Stove name. There’s no doubt the stoves stand apart from the crowd with their character and excellent craftsmanship, so it is vital to receive a full appraisal to receive the most for your valued treasure. If you own an antique stove, please contact us today for a complete appraisal!