At first glance, the Vogelzang Boxwood Stove looks like a page taken out of history as far as providing heat to modern homes today. Apparently these days, cold days ahead solicit the need for better heating solutions. Among the solutions given to us these days include that of going a step back in time where the primitive designs are once again taking center stage.
But don’t let the Vogelzang Boxwood Stove fool you. It looks like it can get the job done. Through the use of traditional wood, the important thing is heating your home with the least eco-friendly issues as possible.
The boxwood stove is an interesting device. It’s a small woodburning stove designed more for function than for aesthetics. The interior is only about 22 inches deep and about 9 inches wide. It has no glass window or open grate so you can watch the fire. It’s a little, rounded hunk of cast iron designed to generate the most possible heat from the smallest amount of fuel.
(Source) BC Culture