This auction is for an early 1930s Detroit Jewel gas stove. This stove features a 4-burner gas cook top with cover, as well as an oven, broiler, and 2 storage drawers. The stove retains 99% of its original parts, but two of the plastic knobs are broken. The porcelain is in fair condition with a few chips, and there is some surface rust inside some of the compartments. Basically, this stove is in need of complete restoration, as its current working condition is unknown. A fully restored Detroit Jewel stove can run as much as $3500.00. In its current condition, this stove could be a great decorative piece, in which case it would only need a good cleaning. Measurements are approximately 2' deep X 3' wide X 3' high.
All items can be viewed at Historic Houston's Salvage Warehouse located at 1307 W. Clay. No shipping is available on any of the items in Historic Houston's Spring 2006 auction. Payment for auction items can be made by Visa and Mastercard ONLY. Auction items must be picked up at Historic Houston's Salvage Warehouse by April 30, 2006. Auction items left over 30 days will be made available to the public and any payments collected will be considered a donation to Historic Houston's Salvage Warehouse. No refunds will be available on any auction item. For additional questions please call Historic Houston at 713-522-0542 or send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org