These stoves are all made before the first world war.
There is a variety of styles of decoration with pierced cast iron being perhaps the most common.
Many stoves of this period were decorated in an Arts and Crafts style as well as the more common Art Deco influence.
The Art Deco movement was dominant during the late 1920s and 1930s. The decorative emphasis was on on geometric patterns such as pyramids, sunburst rays, and diamond shapes.
Many designs from the late 1930s were still made through the late 1940s and 1950s. There is often an Art Deco feel to stoves of this period but with more of a touch of modernism and less ornate decoration.