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2019 TASA Annual Convention T-Shirt

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Oh Soo Sweet!

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Can you name this Stove?

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Annual Convention Auction

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Which stove do you want to restore?

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2018 Convention Theme Stove

15 Antique Stove Tiles

Photo courtesy of Mike Gunsolus

Gold Coin Antique Stove Tile

Photo courtesy of Mike Gunsolus

Antique Stove Tiles

Photo courtesy of Mike Gunsolus

2019 TASA Convention Group Photo at Historic Ballenger House in Seneca, SC

2019 TASA Convention Group Phote at the Historic Ballenger House in Seneca, SC

The Garland Cook Stove made by Michigan Stove Company - Wooden reproduction for 1893 Chicago World's Fair
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Purpose of TASA

Established in 1984, the purpose of the Antique Stove Association is to provide information about all aspects of Antique Stoves and related items including: their uses, history, manufacturer, repair and value; and to promote fellowship among interested persons.

2005, 2008-1016 Convention Pins

Antique Stove Pins For SALE

Now available...2005 & 2008-2019 TASA Convention Pins.

Click below to view and order Antique Stove Pins.


The moving advertising space above is available to all TASA members. Reserve your space for as little as $140 per year.

 All TASA members can advertise their businesses, stoves, parts, accessories, collectible memorabilia, etc;. This online web site will reach hundreds of antique stove collectors, and dealers as well as thousands of site visitors.

For specific information regarding advertising rates and guidelines go to the Member Information area on the

Members Page (Click Here).

To place your advertisement on the TASA web site, contact Mike Giles


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From Antique Toasters to Antique Stoves the Katom Blog looks at Antique Kitchen Equipment. The KaTom Blog is dedicated to aspiring entrepreneurs, food lovers, and chefs as passionate about food as we are.


Ever wonder how you could get the SOOT out of your old stove?

This picture courtesy of FaceBook contributor Christopher Kelley.