Wood stove (small)

Jøtul AS

Jøtul F602 (1930s)

Founded in 1853 by Oluf Onsum as Kværner Jernstøberi (Kværner Foundry), Jøtul AS is a Norwegian limited company that manufactures cast iron stoves and fireplaces.

The Jøtul F602 is one of Jøtul’s timeless classics. Designed in the lated 1930’s by architects Blakstad og Munthe-Kaas and decorated by sculptor Ørnulf Bast, it has been the bestselling and most copied wood stove for many years. It has since gone through several technical upgrades and today it features modern and clean combustion.

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