Clark's patent syphon hygienic stove, a flueless g

Made:
1881-1900
maker:
Samuel Clarke

Clark's patent syphon hygienic stove, a flueless gas fire with single Argand gas burner in central column, whereby the burnt gases pass through a system of tubes to be rendered harmless by condensation, with cast iron top and bottom, and copper reflector, patent no 4042 by Samuel Clark in 1881, London, 1881-1900

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Category:
Domestic Appliances
Object Number:
1958-49
Materials:
bottom, copper, iron (cast), reflector, top
credit:
Long, E.G.
status:
Permanent collection

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