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I have a small stove and this is perfect. Not too big, not too small. The quality is terrific and the color is lovely.
This is a great little steamer. I'ts a perfect fit on our small wood stove and looks good. I would recommend a trivet as it uses up the water very quickly without a one.
Reviewer: Nancy T.
We got this woodstove steamer as a housewarming gift for some friends. It fit perfectly on their woodstove and looked great with the rustic decor. Nobody with a woodstove should be without a steamer. Our friends are thrilled. And this one is a very nice and quite reasonably priced.
Nice looking. The whole thing is shiny. It is in proportion to our smaller wood stove, so needs to be filled more often with water.
Wonderfull quality and perfect size for a small stove.
This is a beautiful little steamer - matches the trim on our soapstone wood burning stove perfectly. We've been looking for one months and months and this is just perfect. Trivet matches perfect too - both look great!
Reviewer: Linda ODonnell
We were looking for a steamer for our small gas stove. This steamer was the right size, color and price! We love the way it looks and we were extremely impressed with how well it was packed.
Reviewer: Dinah Alles
This item fits perfectly on my small wood burning stove. I bought it for the dimensions but fell in love with the beautiful filigree work on the cover and the almost iridescent quality on the chocolatte brown sheen.
Nice looking and works well. Easy to carry side handles.
The steamer is just as advertised, and works very well. The service was great.
This is an attractive steamer. And, I might add, the company from which it was purchased displayed exceptional business practice. I will look to Northline for future needs
Questions on Small Filigree Steamer - Brown Majolica
- From Michelle at 11/29/12 10:25 PM
- With the open lattice lid, will this steamer get hot enough to produce steam on a "Hearthstone" Soapstone stove top?
- Michelle, As long as your stove is giving off enough radiant heat to warm the water it will work just fine. I know that soap stone stoves are not as hot to the touch as a steel or cast iron stove but they should be giving off enough radiant heat to get water to its boiling point of 212 degrees. I would recommend stetting the steamer directly onto the stove and not using a trivet for the best results.
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