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Re: archeological remains of a beehive oven
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Posted by Summer L
In Reply to: Re: archaeological remains of a beehive oven posted by Ed
I have a beehive oven in my home, built in 1856, that we are looking to refurbish. Does anyone know how to go about this? Do we need to take it down and start from the scratch? We do not know who built it originally. It is quite damaged by looking around the dome walls on the inside.
@ Andrew, ours was originally part of a "summer kitchen" and later enclosed in the home as part of a walk in fireplace.
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