The new black for over 162 years.
Despite picturing an incredibly cosy hot wood-burning stove today, Morso stated somewhere very different. Niels Andreas Christensen (N.A Christensen) founded Morso Foundry in 1853 and began producing a range of different products, from stable windows, grave crosses and tools to saucepans, pots and pans.
At the turn of the century, Morso began to produce tiled stoves and heaters to schools, churches, the railways, ministries and to the royal household; thus, beginning their now well-known relationship with fireplaces. Providing heaters to the royal household certainly put Morso on the map, and in 1915, they received the coveted title of Purveyor to the Royal Court.
A particularly warm and cosy feeling
By the 1950’s, tiled stoves were beginning to be replaced by modern central heating; however, this began our love for traditional wood-burning stoves where you can see the flames, as it gave homes a special warm and cosy feeling that you just can get with central heating. Today, Morso stoves serve more than one function, and have developed into a global design company that is bringing warmth and comfort to homes all around the world.