What a sweetie! This old cast iron pot belly stove with flue may be rusty but everything seems to work! The ash door has a sliding hit-and-miss vent whilst the main door has a circular one. The small curved handle is used to remove the (hot) top plate - through which more fuel is added and on top of which you boil your kettle for tea! Ideal for a narrowboat, shepherds hut or garden room - or for a cosy snug within the home. Please note such stoves should only be installed by a qualified heating engineer - always be safe!
The flue pipe is 166cm high