What were Chambers stoves?

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Chambers was a brand name of kitchen appliances sold from approximately 1912 until 1988. They are most well know for their gas stoves, which are now considered antiques. These stoves featured a patented insulation system that allowed food to continue to cook food once the fuel was turned off, through the utilization of retained heat. Chambers stoves feature sturdy and solid construction. Depending on the condition and model of the stove, they can fetch a high price an antiques auctions.
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