Atlanta Stove Works Handle

Title

Atlanta Stove Works Handle

Subject

Kitchenware

Description

Atlanta Stove Works predominantly made cast-iron stoves and grills, as well as chairs, from 1898-1957. They made promotional pots and pans shortly before going out of business. However, none of the pans made by ASW have handles with the company name on it. This may be an earlier, rare variant from a pan or a handle for some other mechanism on a stove. ASW produced many models of stoves, many without high-quality images online, so it is hard to tell what this handle originally connected to.

Source

https://www.midcenturymetalchairs.com/atlanta-stove-works
https://www.reddit.com/r/castironcollecting/comments/tutabz/atlanta_stove_works_advertising_pan_they_didnt/

Publisher

Phoenix Project

Date

1950s ?

Contributor

Emmett Cantkier

Type

Metal
Cast Iron

Identifier

a5280 ACC 170

Coverage

CCU 140

Collection

Citation

“Atlanta Stove Works Handle,” The Phoenix Project , accessed May 29, 2024, http://martaphoenixproject.gsuanthropology.com/items/show/124.

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