The Morsø 7110, like all Morsø cast iron stoves, has a very large glass panel without any interfering bars and a superior airwash system to keep the glass clean for an unobstructed view of the fire.
Designed with Scandinavian simplicity, the Morsø 7110 sharp edges and straight lines are combined with classical American elements such as the horizontal design and distinct profiles in the top and bottom plates. Whether you have a contemporary-designed home or a classic one, the Morsø 7110 will seamlessly blend in to make your home cosy and warm.
This wood burning stove is designed with one door for ease of loading and also has a separate door for ash pan removal. Internal cleaning of the stove can easily be performed through the door and does not require the disassembly of the stove or flue connection.
Constructed to use pre-heated primary as well as secondary air to ensure the cleanest burn possible, the Morsø 7110 also comes with a single air control for ease of operation, standard rear and bottom heat shields, as well as a standard heavy duty ash pan.
Each side of the Morsø 7110 is engraved with a symbol from the Viking era. In Scandinavia the symbol is known as “Saint Johannes Shield,” and it is believed to offer the household protection from all evil. This symbol appears on numerous finds from around 1,000 AD, such as the Runic Stones in Jelling that were erected around 960 AD and refer to King Harald Bluetooth, the king who brought Christianity into Denmark.