|Mongolfier patent smoke conductor|
It’s been cold in New England, unusually so in stretches, and sometimes including snow—well before it ought to be here! No wonder then that, preoccupied with keeping warm, I found myself admiring yet another early 19th century heating device.
The trick then—as it often is these days for people who use their fireplaces and wood stoves—is making the smoke go someplace that isn’t the house interior.
Please note the comparison of London and Parisian fireplaces.
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