TLF ID R6382
This is a cast-iron stove called the 'Moffat', produced in Melbourne by Australian manufacturer Metters KFB in the late 1930s. The stove is set on four iron legs and consists of an oven, cooktop and griller. It is finished with green enamel and three cream enamel panels inset on the knob interface, griller door and oven door. The cooktop and griller are on the left-hand side. There are five controls on the interface, labelled 'FRONT', 'BACK', 'RIGHT', 'OVEN TOP' and 'OVEN BOTTOM'. On the right-hand side is the oven, whose door has a large handle and a thermometer, set on the front panel, that measures up to 600 degrees F (315.5 degrees C). The branding on the panel reads 'MOFFAT by METTERS KFB'. The stove stands 94 cm high, is 95 cm wide and 60 cm deep.