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Late 19th and early 20th centuries tin kitchens, made in Germany, are descendants of much earlier toy kitchens, based on real European models. The early 19th century drawing of a play kitchen demonstrates an open fire, burning charcoal, atop a tall hearth. Smoke is drawn to the hood and chimney. Hearth has an arched opening for storing fuel. Later tin kitchens have imitation-tile fire-boxes, burn coal, and contain an oven. Round openings on stove top are for heating pots and pans.

Late 19th and early 20th centuries tin kitchens, made in Germany, are descendants of much earlier toy kitchens, based on real European models. The early 19th century drawing of a play kitchen demonstrates an open fire, burning charcoal, atop a tall hearth. Smoke is drawn to the hood and chimney. Hearth has an arched opening for storing fuel. Later tin kitchens have imitation-tile fire-boxes, burn coal, and contain an oven. Round openings on stove top are for heating pots and pans.

It is from "Country Life--A Handbook for realist and Dreamers" by Paul Heiney. It is British and published in 1998. or  The Backyard Homestead: Produce all the food you need on just a quarter acre!

It is from "Country Life--A Handbook for realist and Dreamers" by Paul Heiney. It is British and published in 1998. or The Backyard Homestead: Produce all the food you need on just a quarter acre!

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