Stover Cast Iron Waffle Iron, Circa 1910
Description
Media Type
Object
Item Type
Cooking utensils
Description
This is a cast iron waffle maker made by Stover. It has separate pieces and was designed for use on a wood stove. The large bottom ring would fit around the top plate on a wood stove and then the top pieces would be put into place where they fit into a groove to keep them stationary.

There are two different plates that could be used to make different patterns of waffles, one is the stand square pattern and the other is a + pattern.
Notes
"Stover" written on Waffle Press
Inscriptions
Accession Number 974.2.3
Date of Original
Circa 1910
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
Contact
Huron Shores Museum
Email
Agency street/mail address

1 James St. P.O. Box 460

Iron Bridge, ON P0R 1H0

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Stover Cast Iron Waffle Iron, Circa 1910


This is a cast iron waffle maker made by Stover. It has separate pieces and was designed for use on a wood stove. The large bottom ring would fit around the top plate on a wood stove and then the top pieces would be put into place where they fit into a groove to keep them stationary.

There are two different plates that could be used to make different patterns of waffles, one is the stand square pattern and the other is a + pattern.