Antique stoves can be found on websites such as AntiqueStoveHeaven.com, AntiqueAppliances.com and AntiqueStoves.com. Users can also find antique stoves for sale or auction on eBay.com.
Antique Stove Heaven sells fully restored antique stoves. Restored units have been featured in various magazines, including "Metropolitan Home" and "Los Angeles Life." This company sells a variety of antique name brand stoves, including O'Keefe & Merritt, Magic Chef and Western Holly. Antique stove owners can also order replacement parts through AntiqueStoveHeaven.com. Contact information for the staff is provided in case owners require guidance in choosing the right part.
AntiqueAppliances.com is a leading site for vintage appliances in America, as of 2015. This website sells restored and non-restored antique stoves. Reproductions of certain eras are also available. The reproduction stoves are made by Elmira Stoveworks. Although they look like antiques, they have the same performance standards as modern appliances.
AntiqueStoves.com sells museum-quality stoves dating between the 1750s and the 1950s. Gas, wood-burning, coal and parlor stoves are featured. This website also offers antique stove appraisals. As of 2015, the online appraisal fee is $20 and takes two to three days to process. Antique stove owners can also use the mail in appraisal service, which costs $25. This service takes up to four weeks.