Chesney's double-sided stove, built to heat two rooms divided by a common fireplace.
Chesney's biggest stove, the Salisbury 12 is suitable for larger rooms that require an increased heat output.
With a distinguished architectural silhouette, this stove cuts a classical line pitch-perfect for period fireplaces.
Our favourite Chesney's stove. Neo-Classical in conception and Churchillian in stature, its architectural lines will elevate even the clumpiest of fireplaces.
A small and elegant wood stove, ideal for small, elegant spaces!
An elegant and refined wood burning stove to complement the most sophisticated of homes.
Cabriole legs and a corniced lid give the Beaumont its air of elegance. The splayed feet particularly suit the narrower 6-series silhouette of the Beaumont range.
A popular and elegant stove
Chesney's have set out to re-interpret the stove through the language of architecture. The Belgravia is probably their most stylised model, especially well-suited to idiomatic period properties.
Probably Chesney's most ornate model, the Belgravia has classical detailing well suited to traditional period properties.