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Antique Stove Restoration | Slideshow

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Photographer Joel Laino captured the work of restorers Emery and Brandon Pineo in March 2013.  The father and son team work together at their Antique Stove Hospital in Little Compton, Rhode Island, restoring wood stoves to their former glory. Their shared passion is driven by the understanding of the importance in keeping these efficient wood burning stoves in circulation.  The following slide show represents some favorite outtakes from our January/February 2014 story, “The Stove Doctors.”

To see more of their current projects and learn about the process, please visit their Web site: stovehospital.com

to see more of photographer Joel Laino’s work, please visit his Web site: lainophoto.com

Detail of Emery's kitchen stove.

Detail of Emery's kitchen stove.

"Social No. 13" made by Boston's S.M. Howes Company warms Emery Pineo's kitchen.

"Social No. 13" made by Boston's S.M. Howes Company warms Emery Pineo's kitchen.

Door of a Grand Quaker from Taunton Iron Works circa 1890.

Door of a Grand Quaker from Taunton Iron Works circa 1890.

Decorative door from a Victorian era couples stove.

Decorative door from a Victorian era couples stove.

Decorative stove topper.

Decorative stove topper.

A Herald Base Heater in the workshop which is over 100 years old.

A Herald Base Heater in the workshop which is over 100 years old.

Brandon at work.

Brandon at work.

Behind the workshop, a line of stoves await restoration.

Behind the workshop, a line of stoves await restoration.

A rusted Phillips and Clark stove awaits restoration.  For the Pineos, it is a meticulous process restoring each stove one at a time.

A rusted Phillips and Clark stove awaits restoration. For the Pineos, it is a meticulous process restoring each stove one at a time.

Portrait of Emery in the showroom.

Portrait of Emery in the showroom.

Emery Pineo (left) and his son Brandon in their stove showroom where they display a variety of restored pieces.

Emery Pineo (left) and his son Brandon in their stove showroom where they display a variety of restored pieces.

All photos/art by Joel Laino

 

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