1946-monarch-paramount-roaster-range460.jpgContinuing our mini-series on vintage stoves, ranges and ovens, here’s a 1946 Monarch-Paramount Roaster Range from the Malleable Iron Range Company, Beaver Dam,  Wisconsin. The first post-war year….you can see the simple, deco lines still in this stove. Love that roaster. You see the same style of feature – a recessed cooking well – but for soups and casseroele rather than roasts in many other stoves through at least the early ’50s.  Vintage Chambers stoves are famous for them, but I’ve seen them on other models as well.

  1. walter says:

    I have a gas model Monarch Paramount Range style ph3j6, does someone know where I could get a burner grate? Thanks.

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