The Peninsular Stove Company was established in Detroit, Michigan in 1881 by James Dwyer. The company made parlor stoves and kitchen range stoves. Both of these stove tools have the Peninsular name on them.
One is a plate lifter or wrench. It is cast iron and 9 inches long. Both ends of the tool had a purpose. It has “Peninsular Stove Co.” embossed on the surface of the tool.
The poker measures 17 1/2 inches long. The handle and rod are one piece, all cast iron. The name “Peninsular” is embossed on both sides of the handle.
If you are fortunate to own an antique Peninsular stove, these tools are a must!