oros35 wrote:If you do come across a magazine for the Bride or have one made, keep me in mind. I'd like to have one made for the Penn-Garnet stove too. Should be the same by the pictures. Might be able to get a better price by having more than one made.
You are way more on top of the stove restore than I am. Mine is still sitting in the same place it was collecting dust! Hopefully I can get to it by this winter.
Hi oros35. I take infos for magazine conception but dont't really know actually if I will go ahead for that project??? I aim burning about 4/5 Lbs on a 12Hrs period with the Golden Bride so a magazine is not an obligation. The Vig burns about 10/12 Lbs on a 12 Hrs period for cold days and just a little more on the coldest ones. On warmer days, it burnt about 4 Lbs for 12 Hrs and about 6 Lbs after the shaking for an other 12 Hrs. So the ""Venerable"" Bride should be able (I hope so) to beat the ""Modern"" Vig II for the very low burning demand. That way I will burn the Vig at a lower Temp. and the Bride just idling.
But as soon as I get photos on the Merry Bride magazine and infos I will join them here. I asked my U.S. friend to take as much photos of the magazine dis-assembly as possible and some measurements of it.
When I got the Golden Bride, she was in a very good shape and could have been used as it was. I think working on my stove is a sort of therapy for me (hope it's the same for the Bride, the 2 brides...). Just begin and you will see...