The subtly elegant Ambra pellet stove carries a clear hint of modern creativity. With its striking asymmetric body, Ambra measures 27 cm deep, so you can fit this decorative pellet stove in many places. The front ceramic element forms a key decorative style feature, adding a touch of refined exclusivity to go with authentic Italian craftsmanship. The slim pellet stove comes with a cast iron internal structure and external ceramic cladding in a choice of colours. Can be installed in room heating and ducted versions.
The Agata is a refined and modern pellet stove, that brings dynamic and flowing decorative lines into your house. The freestanding pellet stove that surely capture attention of your guests, Agata features a cast iron internal structure and external ceramic cladding in several decorative colours. The modern pellet stove is available either as a room heating version or as a ducted version, with top and rear fume outlets as standard.
The elegant Gemma offers harmony and calmness with its oval form, inspired by the rounded lines of an hourglass. This exquisite decorative pellet stove has tough cast iron heart, enclosed in ceramic cladding, yielding an impressive heat output. Available in a choice of colours. You can have Gemma in room heating, ducted and water-heating configurations.
The Giada decorative pellet stove stands out for its blend of classic and modern design, bringing attractively rounded lines and stylish details. Designed for a modern home, the pellet stove comes with original air intakes, a cast iron internal structure and external ceramic cladding in a choice of colours. The Giada from Vescovi is available in room heating, ducted and water-heating models, with top and rear fume outlets as standard.
Posted in Wood Burning Stoves & Heaters at September 29, 2012 7:36 PM
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