Pioneer Princess Wood Cookstove
The Pioneer Princess has the same basic design as the Pioneer Maid Wood-burning Cookstove, but with an added front load firebox door, thermostat control as well as many more friendly features. She cooks and bakes like a Pioneer Maid, but she's a Princess!
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- Handmade by Amish craftsmen
- Front or top loading firebox
- Front ash door for easy ash removal
- Thermostat controlled
- Shaker grates
- Large firebox perfect for overnight burns
- Storage shelf and backsplash
- Wooden knobs and handles
- Quality liners
- Spacious spring-loaded oven quickly heats and fits 8 loaves of bread
- Auxiliary turbo draft for easier fire starting
- Smooth steel cook top
- Two large 11" lids
- Tightly welded steel construction
- Porcelain black finish
- Stainless steel trim
- Downdraft efficiency
- Refractory fire brick for more even heating and efficiency
- Safety tested by UL / ULC
- Washington State Approved (learn more here)
Thermostat Control Features
- More even heat
- Helps prevent overheating
- Helps maintain firebed overnight
- Flame view firebox door and Warming closet
- Rear water reservoir
- Single or double water coils
- Summer grate
- More parts and accessories!
Knob Kit Oven Thermometer
Oven Handle Oven Door Spring
Oven Bottom Flue Adaptor
Closet Posts Auto-Thermostat
Auto Thermostat Rod/Coil Ash Pan
Ash Pan Handle w/Latch Fire Door Handle
Ash Door Handle Ash Door Handle Latch
The Pioneer Princess uses the efficient downdraft to burn. Our accessory draft allows you to temporarily introduce air below the grates making it easier to start on cold mornings.
This stove is not mobile home approved nor EPA approved. Cookstoves are nationally exempt from EPA regulations. Learn more about EPA exemptions here.
|Pioneer Princess||With Reservoir||Without Reservoir|
|Overall Dimensions||54" L x 28-1/2" W x 53-1/2" H||45" L x 28-1/2" W x 51-1/2" H|
|Cooking Surface||52" L x 22-1/2" W x 32-1/2" H||43" L x 22-1/2" W x 32-1/2" H|
|Oven Dimensions||19-1/2" W x 13" H x 22" D||19-1/2" W x 13" H x 22" D|
|Firebox Dimensions||18-1/2" L x 13-1/2" W x 18-1/2" D||18-1/2" L x 13-1/2" W x 18-1/2" D|
|Flue Size||7" Round||7" Round|
|Weight||700 lbs||650 lbs|
|Approximate Area Heated||2000 sq.ft||2000 sq.ft|
|Water Reservoir (Optional Accessory Sold Separately)|
|Side Reservoir||9 gal|
|Rear Reservoir||15 gal|
|Clearances to Combustibles|
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Pioneer Princess with Glass Door
Pioneer Princess with Side Water Reservoir
Pioneer Princess Rear View with Side Reservoir
Pioneer Princess Rear View with Rear Water Reservoir
Pioneer Princess Rear Damper
Pioneer Princess Oven Hinge
|Pioneer Princess w/ Side Reservoir (9 gallons)||$2,389**|
|Pioneer Princess w/ Rear Reservoir (15 gallons)||$2,489**|
|Warming Closet (Available in Porcelain Coated Steel OR Lightly Tinted Glass) (8" H x 11" D)||$299|
|Stainless Steel Cook Top||$200|
|Stainless Water Coil - Single*||$75|
|Stainless Water Coil - Double*||$150|
|Flame View Firebox Glass Door (Available in Nickel or Black Trim)||$275|
*The hot water coil and the flame view door's are not a UL/ULC approved attachment.
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